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Dedication 




Mr. Gallagher, our headmaster 
for two and one half years, has al- 
ways shown great faith in the stu- 
dents and faculty. He is a loyal 
supporter" of the Waltham High 
Hawks. With a handshake and a 
smile he greeted us. The Class of 
1967 proudly dedicates the Mir- 
ror to Mr. William J. Gallagher. 



MR. WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER 



We, the graduates of the Class 
of 1967, dedicate our Mirror to 
Mr. Almon Morang, our house- 
master for three years. He has been 
a loyal teacher and firm administra- 
tor. He exhibits interest in and con- 
cern for both students and teachers. 
We thank Mr. Morang for the 
many hours and thoughts he has 
devoted to the Class of 1967. 




MR. ALMON MORANG 



In Memoriam 




While thinking of those gay and carefree days at Waltham High may we stop to re- 
member our fellow student, Leonard Correia. For our years at Waltham High have been 
tainted by the solemn thought that death is not reserved for adults but is ever imminent and 
can cut short the life of anyone. 

We will remember the carefree lad who walked quietly down the corridors, a nod of recog- 
nition in the hall, or a friendly poke. He enjoyed himself wherever he was: a quiet sense of 
humor and calm smile, always happy to meet others and make them feel relaxed. His calm 
and quiet are preserved forever in the halls of Waltham High. 

When thinking of Waltham High and its gaiety, think also of the tranquility and friend- 
liness which Leonard showed. Never let us think ourselves too great or too wealthy to give 
a friendly smile or poke in the arm in fun, for these will act as a living memorial to Leonard 
Correia. 



Appreciation 



The 1967 Mirror Staff thanks Mr. Vallely, the literary advisor, and 
Mr. Neylon, the business advisor. We appreciate the time and efforts 
they devoted to the Mirror. We are also grateful to Mrs. Keough, Mrs. 
Willett, the Main Office Staff, and the English Office Staff. Only 
with the help of these people was the 1967 Mirror able to go to the 
press. 











MR. JAMES FITZGERALD 
Superintendent of Schools 



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Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Verner Robinson, pores over plans of the new high school with the architects. 




Mr. William J. Gallagher 

Principal 

of 
W.H.S. 



Mr. George P. Husson, Jr. 

Principal 

of 
W.H.S. 








Mr. Lloyd Van Arsdale 

Principal 

of 

Vocational High 




MR. EDWARD D. MAY, JR. 

Assistant Principal 




MRS. JOSEPHINE HUGHS 
Main Office Secretary 



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MR. ALMON MORANG, housemaster 



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MRS. ALICE KEOUGH, secretary 



Junior 
House 




MR. GERARD J. BELLIVEAU, housemaster, and 
MRS. PHOEBE A. DeWOLF, secretary 




Sophomore 
House 



MR. FRANCIS J. LEVY, housemaster, and 
MRS. THERESA A. MURRAY, secretary 




MR. AMRHEIN 




Science Department 




MISS 
CHRISTENSEN 





MR. EAMES 
Department Head 





MRS. FLEMING 





DR. KUBIN 




MR. LEVESQUE MRS. McNIGHT MR. McNIGHT MISS SALTMAN MR. WIELLETTE 




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KATHLEEN FOX 
MRS. GREEN 
MRS. JURMAIN 
MR. O'BRIEN 
CYNTHIA SULLIVAN 



MR. YETTEN 




MISS BERRY 




MRS. 
GAMBARDELLA 




Language Department 




MISS BETTS 
Department Head 




MRS. JOHNSON 





MISS BOOTH 




MR. LAMB 





MR. CASO 




MR. MAGNO 



MR. COLLURA 




ELLEN MEBEL 




MR. MERRILL 



MRS. PECKHAM MR. THIBEAULT 



MISS ULLMAN CHRISTINE KUHN 



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MISS ANDREASSIAN 
MR. BOHLMAN 
MR. CORCORAN 
MISS EGAN 
CAROLYN FRANCE 
MR. KARIAN 

MR. LACHARITE 
MRS. PACITTI 
MISS ROBINS 
CAROL SAFRON 
MISS SMITH 
MISS WONG 



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MRS. AMESBURY 




Mathematics Department 




MR. CURRY 





MR. FOLEY 





MRS. KUDERA 








MR. LYNCH 
Department Head 




MR. MEADER 



MR. O'BRIEN 



MR. REGAN 



MR. SHEEHAN MR. SWEENEY 






MR. THOMPSON MR. VALLELY 



MRS. BOWEN 



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MISS DORFMAN 
BEATRICE FELDMAN 
MR. McGUIRE 
MRS. WESTFIELD 



English Department 





MRS. APPLEBAUM MRS. BABBITT 





MISS BEAULNE MRS. BOWMAN MR. R. COLLINS 




MRS. 
CZARNOWSKI 






MISS DeVANE 



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MR. HOOD 
Department Head 





MRS. G. 
JOHNSON 




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MISS MORRIS 
MISS SCOTT 




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MISS KOLEDO 




MR. PROHOVICH MRS. SHIRLEY MRS. STANTON MRS. STEINBERG MR. STEINBERG 



MRS. WILLETT 



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Social Studies Department 







MR. BLOSSOM MRS. CARNEY MISS DECKER MR. FRENCH, MRS. KELLERMAN 




MISS MALLONEE 






MISS 

McCULLOUGH 

Department Head 



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MRS. DAVIS 
MR. FLEMING 
MR. QUINLAN 
MISS ROBERTS 





MR. NEYLON MR. RICHMAN MISS ROBY 



MR. SULLIVAN 



Business Department 








MR. COLLINS 



MRS. DORIN 



MR. FLIGHT 



MR. HALL 



MISS HOGARTY 





MRS. MacQUARRIE MRS. MARR 





MISS MOONEY 



MRS. MOORE 
Department Head 



MRS. MORRIS 








MRS. K. MURPHY 



MR. OPIE MISS TAHANEY 



MR. TAMMI 



MR. TYNER 



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MRS. S. MURPHY 
MISS SNOW 



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Special Departments 





MISS BABB 
Home Economics 



MISS BLISS 
Home Economics 




MISS CASTROS 
Physical Education 




MRS. FLYNN 
Library 




MISS GRAVELIN 
Physical Education 







MRS. JOHNSON 

Head of 
Home Economics 
Department 




MR. McCUSKER 
Work Experience 




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MISS HUDAK 
Physical Education 




MR. PERKINS 
I.B.M. 




MR. KOPP 

Physical Education 




MISS STICH 
Art 




MR. KROL 

Physical Education 




MRS. WILEY 
Library 




MISS MAGRATH 
Clothing 



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MISS CHILES, Physical Education 
MR. DOLLARD, Work Experience 
MR. HEALY, Work Experience 
MR. SGOUROS, Art 



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Guidance Department 




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MR. CHAPMAN 
Department Head 



MISS 
CUNNINGHAM 




MR. ELLIOTT 






MISS GIACALONE 



MISS MAZZA 



MR. MRUGALA 





MISS NOLAN 



MRS. STEEL 



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MISS GRACE 



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Vocational 






MR. BACK 



MR. DAMIAN MR. DANIALS 






MR. GOODWIN 



CLARA 
GRACEFFA 



MR. HENDRY 






MR. HARTIGAN MR. KALISHMAN 



MR. 
KAPAMAGIAN 





MR. LAMBERT MR. LANDO 



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Faculty 




GENEVIEVE 
LAWLESS 





MR. LeHANE 



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MR. MARTIN 



MR. QUINN 



MR. RAY 






MR. RUSSELL 


MR. SCIMEMI 


MR. STANLEY 


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MR. DeMAIO 
MR. HARDING 


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MR. ONEIL 


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MR. PROCOP 


MR. VISCARELLO 







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W.H.S. 







GAIL ABORN W02 
42 Mountain Rd. Business 

"Alright now!" . . . 
friends Pat and Noreen 
. . . enjoys dancing and 
swimming . . . secretary 

Interests: horseback riding; 
scuba diving 



ROBERT ABRAMO 20 
49 Harvard Street 

Distributive Ed. 

Bob . . . likes to play the 
guitar . . . Dick, John 
and Dave . . . enjoys art 

Activities: Art Club; mem- 
ber of D.E.C.A. club; plays 
the guitar; swimming 




ALAN ACKERMAN 

WO 2 
61 Copeland Street CI 

"Al" . . . biology assist- 
ant .. . Interact . . . 
microbiology . . . fluffy 
rice, grease and butter. 

Activities: Interact president 
3, 4; Debating 2, 3. 4; 
Laboratory assistant 2, 3, 4, 
Tutoring 4 



MARIE ALESSE W02 
64 Calvary St. Business 

"He's Cool" . . . hair- 
dresser . . . loves steak 
and potato chips . . . 
business machines. 

Interests: cooking 



HANITRA 
ANDRIAMANANTENA 

W101 
12 Riverside Dr. College 
"I do not believe it!" 
. . . loves to sing . . . 
hopes to build a school. 

Activities: French Club 4; 
swimming; Talent Show 4 




MARY ALLIA W02 
232 Lake St. 

Clerk Typist 

"Mias" . . . typing with 
Mrs. Morris . . . "Oh, 
ya! ?" . . . wants to 
travel . . . will attend 
Bryant and Stratton. 

Activities: Talent Show 4; 
Science Staff 3, 4; Basket- 
ball Team 2; Homeroom al- 
ternate 4 



CAROL ANDERSON 

W02 
76 Morton St. College I 
"Rats!" . . . college . . . 
roast beef, subs, Ken- 
tucky Fried Chicken . . . 
Art History with Miss 
Stitch. 

Activities: Spanish Club 4; 
Softball, Archery 2, 3; Lan- 
guage Lab Assistant; Talent 
Show 4; G.A.P. 4; F.C.Y.F. 




JUDITH ANSARA 

W02 
142 Ravenswood Road 

Honors 

"Judy" . . . Mr. Foley's 
math classes . . . "I'm go- 
ing to be late for Alge- 
bra!" Art History major 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3; 
Folk Club 3; choreographer 
4; Jr. Achievement 3; Ski 
Club 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; 
Student Council 2, 3 




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PATRICIA ANSARA 

W02 
80 Princeton Ave. 

Business 

Pat . . . English with 
Mrs. Johnson . . . "We're 
going like a thousand 
..."... career in 
cosmetology. 

Activities: Prom Committee 
3; Talent Show 4; Home- 
room Rep. 3, 4. 



LANA ANTICO W02 
260 Forest St. College I 
Strawberry sundaes . . . 
"Are you kidding?" . . . 
college at Adelphi Uni- 
versity . . . Math IV with 
Mrs. Feldman 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 
4; Archery 3; Italian Club 
2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; 
Latin Club 2; Chemistry 
Club 3; German Club 3 




FRANCIS 

ARCHDEACON W02 
219 Brown St. College I 
"Arch" . . . enjoys phys- 
ics with Mr. Levesque 
. . . taught science to 
sixth graders. 

Interests: sports; reading. 



CAROL ARIZMENDI 

WO 3 
38 Shore Road Steno. 

"Caz" . . . English with 
Mrs. Bowman . . . "Oh 
darn!" . . . executive 
secretary . . . Eileen and 
Carmen . . . lasagna. 

Activities: Class Day Com- 
mittee; Ski Club; Honor So- 
ciety. 



SHERMAN ARNOLD WO 2 
4 Beaver Brook Rd. College 2 
"You've gotta be out of your tree" 
. . . will soon join the Navy . . . 
Bill, "Birch" and Gary 

Interests: water skiing. 



ELAINE ARSENAULT W02 
29 Hiawatha Ave. College 2 

Petite . . . Chinese spareribs . . . 
Math with Mr. Meader . . . col- 
lege . . . Pat and Butch 

Activities: Language Lab Assistant 4; 
Office Staff; Honor Society; French 
Club 4; Talent Show 4; Student Coun- 
cil 4. 







Good morning! 



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KATHLEEN 

ARSENAULT W02 
59 Piedmont Ave. 

Business 

"Kathie" . . . Business 
Law with Mr. Perone 
. . . loves to cook . . . 
"are you kidding me?" 
. . . hopes to become a 
good secretary. 

Activities: Main Office Staff 
3, 4; Student Council Sec- 
retary 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 
3, 4. 




LINDA ARSENAULT 

W02 
54 Pine Vale Road 

Steno 

"Right!" . . . lasagna 
and subs . . . Pat, Mary 
and Jeanne . . . bowling 
. . . junior college for the 
future. 

Activities: Mr. Morang's Of- 
fice 2, 3; Library Staff 2; 
Mr. Hood's Office 4; J. A. 
3; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Typ- 
ing for newspaper column 
4. 



CARL ATTARDO 

W107 
11 Bellivue St. CU 

"Hey, Pellikon" . . 
English, German Italian 
. . . would like to be an 
interpreter . . . college 

Interests: Rock Band 



BRENDA AUCOIN 

W02 
70 Charles St. 

Clerk Typist 


"Fritz" . 
kidding?" 
meatballs 
Maryanne, 


. . "Are you 
. . . Swedish 
. . . Dianne, 
Mary . . . 



LEONARD J. 

ARSENAULT 

Room 11 
13 Russel St. Machinist 
"Lenny" . . . enjoys hock- 
ey and golf . . . best 
friends are Ron, Bob and 
Tom . . . plans to be a 
machinist 

Activities: Golf; Hockey. 



SANDRA ARSENAULT 

Room 20 
36 Barton St. Dist. Ed 

"Sandy" . . . likes D.E. 
and Sales Promotion . . . 
friends Carol and Gail 
and Dianne . . . 

Activities: Deca 4; Leader- 
ship Conference; Government 
Student Exchange; Class Vice 
President; Sales Promotion 



LORNIE AUBIE 
Dis Ed 

328 Newton St. 

"Lorn" . . . favorite 
course Retailing . . . hob- 
by is sewing and plans 
to have a ball in future 
. . . friends Val, Norma, 
Annie 

Activities: Deca, President 




Activities: Archery 2; Science 

Staff; Senior House Staff UNDA AUC0 I N W02 

25 Royal St. Business 

"Charlie" . . . English 
with Mrs. MacCIary . . . 
loves steak and cheese- 
burgers 

Activities: Pep Squad 2 




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EILEEN AVERY 

W104 
15 Orange St. Business 



"Tiny" . . 
guys ! "Do 
lunch?" . 
W 102 
Kathy 



"Hey, you 
ya want a 
. sewing in 

Cheryl and 



Interests: sewing. 



KAREN AYKANIAN 

W02 
110 Circle Drive 

Honors 

"Speedy" . . . loves all 
kinds of music . . . would 
like to go into musical 
theater . . . P.O.D. with 
Mr. French. 

Activities: Mirror Staff 4; 
Reflector 4; Interact 4; New 
England Conservatory Cham- 
ber Singers. 




CHARLES BAKER 

W03 
-40 Dexter St. College 

"Chick" . . . cars and 
electronic design engineer 
. . . friends Don P. and 
Don L. 



ROBERT BAKER W04 
171 Worcester Lane 

College I 

"Bake" . . . Roast beef 
and french fries . . . plays 
the guitar . . . "But 
Basically" 



Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 
4; Senior play 4; Talent 
Show 4. 




WILLIAM BAKER 

W02 
162 Virginia St. 

College I 

"Buzz" . . . college at 
University* of Massachu- 
setts . . . clams and lob- 
ster . . . enjoys skiing, 
football and weight lift- 
ing. 



Activities: 
ball. 



"W" Club; Foot- 



THOMAS BANNON 

W03 
52 Winter St. College 2 

"Tom" . . . P.O.D. with 
Mrs. Carney . . . Mike, 
Jim and Al . . . college 





ROBERT J. 

BARBAGALLO 14 

12 Noreen Dr. • Printing 

"Farmer" . . . enjoys his 
printing class the most 
. . . commuter from Bed- 
ford. 

ROBERT BARBER 
W03 

21 Murray St. College 2 

"You'd better believe it !" 
. . . will attend the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts 
. . . "Zoz" likes to play 
golf 

Activities: Golf Team 2, 3, 
4; "W" Club. 




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ROBERT BARNARD 

W-03 
31 Prospect Hill Lane CI 

Enjoys weight lifting . . . 
college . . . Moose, Scoop and 
Chuck. 

Activities: basketball; Golf. 





CHARLES BARNES W-03 
25 Greenwood Lane CI 

"Chuck" . . . likes to argue 
. . . P.O.D. with Miss Roberts 
. . . subs . . . college . . . 
T.G.I.F. 

Activities: Indoor and Outdoor 
track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3; 
Chemistry Club 2, 3; Ski Club 
4; F.O. R.U.N. 4; W Club 4; 
Talent Show 4; Bio-Laboratory 
Assi6tant 4. 



JOSEPH BARRY W-03 
4 Colonial Avenue CII 

"Barry" . . . drives around 
with Tim, Ron and Dave 
. . . "Ya, right!" . . . Navy. 

Swimming, cooking, cards 




LOUIS BARTLEMAN 
W-03 
31 Beech Street CII 

"Louie" . . . seeks work in 
the field of electronics . . . 
"Ya, right!" . . . will at- 
tend a local college. 

Activities: Folk Club 4 



MARGARET BASSING 

W-03 
41 Bowker Road CII 

"Peggy" . . . red-haired 
gym assistant . . . "Thank 
goodness for little mira- 
cles!" future teacher. 

Activities: sports; Gym assist- 
ant. 



EDGAR BASTARACHE 

W-03 
46 Parmenter Road CII 

"ED" . . . hockey star . . . 
would like to play in the 
National Hockey League 
. . . skin-diving . . . 
P. J., Paul, Peter, and 
Dave. 

Activities: swimming; hockey, 
captain; football. 




RUTH BEAL W04 
26 Gorham St. CI 

"Ruthy . . . talks in 
studies . . . chemistry 
with Mr. McKnight . . . 
knitting ... "I believe 
you!" 

Activities: German Club 2, 
3, 4; Italian Club 3; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Alternate 
Homeroom Representative 3, 
4; Mirror Staff 4. 



HARRIET BECK W04 
77 Plympton St. 

Clerk-Typist 
"That's Life!" ... air 
line secretary . . . enjoys 
dancing . . . loves pizza, 
steak, and lasagna. 

Activities: Mirror Staff; 
C.C.D. instructor; Secretary 
in business office; Senior 
office assistant. 




LINDA BEAUDETTE 

W04 
118 Myrtle St. 

Accounting 

"Sorry about that!" . . . 
bookkeeping . . . gym- 
nastics . . . future secre- 
tary . . . Rachel, Lucille, 
and Claire. 

Activities: Boys Club. 



MARY LOU BECK 

W04 
10 D Dermody Rd. CII 
"Lee" . . . would like to 
become a beautician . . . 
tuna subs are her favorite 
. . . friends Jane, Sue, 
Linda. 

Interests: cooking; sewing; 
dancing. 



CAROLYN BELLA 

W04 
109 Milton St. CI 

Enjoys English and histo- 
ry .. . Sue and Lillian 
. . . secretarial school. 

Activities: Talent Show. 





ERIC BELLIVEAU 

W04 
48 Pine Vale Rd. CI 
Physics with Mr. Le- 
vesque . . . "Such is life, 
as it were a couple of 
three weeks ago!" . . . 
future corporation or in- 
ternational lawyer. 

Interests: skiing; basketball; 
British history. 



DAVID BENINATI 

W04 
12 Hagel St. CII 

"Benny" . . .. shoots pool 
. . . Ray, Bill and George 
. . . English with Mr. 
Steinberg ... go on to 
school. 





BABARA BENSON 

W07 
320 Florence Rd. 

Honors 

"Barb" . . . math with 
Mr. Vallely . . . Ruthie, 
Margaret and Ruthie . . . 
would like to become a 
computer programmer. 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; German Club 
2, 3, 4; Mirror staff 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; 
Chemistry Club 3; Astrono- 
my Club 3. 



JANET BERAN W04 
125 Dale St. Honors 

Green-eyed "Jan" loves 
cheering for the Hawks 
. . . Sue, Carolyn, Janice 
. . . plans on a teaching 
career. 

Activities: French Club 2, 
3; Russian Club 3, 4; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3, 4; Homeroom 
rep. 3, 4; Girls Varsity 
Sports 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; 
Girls' Sports Editor of Mir- 
ror 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 
4; Lab Assistant 4. 



WILLIAM BERRY 

W04 
21 Dartmouth St. 



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"Mule" . . . likes Mr. 
Curry's math class ... 
Italian foods . . . "No, 
sack!" 

Activities: Senior Play; Tal- 
ent Show; Track Team; Vol- 
leyball team; Golf team; 
Crimson Key; Honor Society. 



WILFRED BIRCHLER 

W06 
69 Trapelo Road C2 

"Birch" . . . friends Mike, 
Gary and Sherm . . . 

"Whadda we do now?" 
. . . enjoys gym and chem- 
istry 



EDWARD BLACK 
D002 

"Manard" . . . particu- 
larly enjoys lunch . . . 
Tom, Moo, and Bob. 




MARK BERBERIAN 

W04 
61 Ravenswood Road 

C2 

Northeastern University 
College of Criminal Jus- 
tice waits for Mark . . . 
enjoys playing the drums 
. . . steak, roast beef and 
lobster. 

Activities: Band 2, 3; De- 
Molay; DeMolay Rifle Club; 
Senior Play; Talent Show 4. 



HAROLD BERNSTEIN 

W04 
4 Montview Circle CI 

"Harry" . . . enjoys math 
IV . . . chats with all 
the guys in S04 . . . 
ambition — a college de- 
gree 

Activities: N.H.S. ; Jets. 



CARMEN BIONDO 
W06 

6 Hollace Street 

Business Steno. 

"Constant talker" . . . 
enjoys Eng. with Mrs. 
Bowman . . . friends 
Carol and Maureen . . . 
"Right" . . . Ambition is 
to travel. 



JANET BLACK WO 3 
150 Trapelo Road 

Honors 

"Jan" . . . likes custard 
. . . Karen and Laura . . . 
ambition — be rich and 
happy. 

Activities: German Club 2, 
3 F.T.A.; This Week at 
W.H.S.; Jr. House Off. 
Staff 4; Chorus 2. 




MARGARET 

BLANCHET WO 3 
220 Beal Road C2 

"Peggy" . . . loves choc- 
olate ice cream . . . 
friends: Gail, Barbara 
and Joan . . . plans to be 
a nurse. Future plans, 
nursing school. 

Activities: Language Lab As- 
sistant 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 
2, 3; F.N. A. 4. 



NEAL BLOCK WO 3 
125 Brewster Road 

College 

Likes to play the drums 
. . . aeronautical and 
space engineering . . . 
Wentworth 





RONALD BOISSEAU 

W-06 
175 Temple Road C2 

"Wild Things" . . . 
P.O.D. with Mrs. Carney 
. . . and basketball play- 
er .. . ambition — enter- 
tainer. 



Activities: Boys Club; 
ketball ; Outdoor track 



Bas- 



ARTHUR BONICA 
261 Brown St. 

Auto Mechanics 
"Art" . . . math . . . 
likes cars . . . will attend 
classes at Franklin In- 
stitute. 

Interests: basketball. 




JOSEPH BONICA W-04 

16 Royal Street CI 

"Joe" . . . sports enthusiast . . . Dave, Bob 

and Zuke . . . plans to be a gym teacher 
... "I don't believe it!" 

Activities: Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Basketball 
2; Baseball 2. 



LUCILLE BOUCHARD W04 

286 College Farm Rd. Bus. 

"Lucy" . . . bookkeeping . . . frequently 
seen with Al . . . "Are you kidding?" . . . 
a future N.C.R. operator. 

Interests: Skating, Eating 




You wouldn't take my picture? ! 



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BERNADETTTE 

BOUCHER W04 

68 Willow Street 

Stenographic 

"Bunny" . . . Spanish 
food rates . . . likes rac- 
ing cars, skating . . . 
Jackie, Cooky, Sandy . . . 
ambition — receptionist 
with yellow Cobra. 



NADINE BOUCHER 

W-109 
410 River Street 

Business 
Enjoys filing . . . plays 
volleyball and tennis . . . 
friends Sue, Marie and 
Mary . . . ambition — 
stewardess 



KAREN BOWLEY 

W04 
201 Ash Street College 

Friends Beth and Sally 
. . . plans career in art 
. . . ambition — to be 
wealthy. 

Interests: softball; archery; 
toboganning. 



STEVEN BOYD W06 
75 Lakeview Terrace CI 

"Steve" . . . enjoys play- 
ing and watching sports 
. . . friends Pete, Mary 
and Buzz . . . future may 
include service career. 

Activities: Football 3 yrs.; 
Hockey 3 yrs.; Italian; Stu- 
dent Council 3 yrs.; Talent 
Show 



MARY BOUCHER 

W07 
10 Lindy Lane Business 

"Chi Chi Woo" ... en- 
joys dancing and cooking 
. . . Rie, Cathy and 
Marie . . . "How's the 
Beaver?" . . . plans to 
be a nurse. 



RALPH BOWEN W-04 
22F Dermody Road 

Clerk Typist 

Seen running to fifth 
lunch . . . typing with 
Miss Snow ... a college 
career in computors. 

Interests: shooting; Swim- 
ming. 



CAROL ANN BOYD 

W06 
27 Camberia Road C2 

"Yeah, right!" . . . 
friends Linda, Ellen and 
Ann . . . loves pizza . . . 
plans to be elementary 
teacher." 

Activities: Spanish Club 3, 4 



SUSAN BOYNTON 

W06 
156 Hardy Pond Rd. 

CI 

"Sue" . . . enjoys speech 
and English . . . friends 
Lil, Tabatha and Carolyn 
. . . ambition — actress on 
Broadway. 

Activities: Drama Club Presi- 
dent 4; Senior Play; Talent 
Show. 





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BONNIE BRADLEY 

W-06 
20 Jacqueline Road 

Business 

Swimming and water ski- 
ing . . . friends are 
Judy, Karen, and Judy 
airline stewardess . . . 
travel 

Activities: Girls sports 2; 
Dramatic Club 3. 



THERESA M. BRAZELL 

W-036 
23 Edwin Road C2 

"Terry" . . . likes spa- 
ghetti and meatballs . . . 
"What the hay" . . . am- 
bition — medical secretary. 

Activities: Talent Show 1, 
2; Ski Club 1, 2; Junior 
Prom 2. 




CAROLYN BROPHY 

W-06 
48 Marianne Road 

CI Honors 

Enjoys P.O.D. with Mr. 
French . . . "Oh, Boom- 
Boom!" . . . career in 
languages. 

Activities: Cheerleader 2, 3, 
4; Student Council Vice- 
Pres. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
F T.A., Newspaper reporter 
4; German Club 2, 3; Rus- 
sian Club 4; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Mirror Literary 
Staff; Student Advisory Com- 
mittee for New H.S. 



FREDERICK 

BROWNE III W-06 
17 Greer St. C2 

"Fred" . . . enjoys Rus- 
sian . . . Kevin and 
Philip . . . gourmet . . . 
ambition: do something 
original. 



WAYNE BRASCO 
D001 

773 Moody Street 

Work Study 

"Digger" . . . "some 
you win, some you lose!" 
. . . will join father in 
the funeral business . .. . 
beach parties. 

Activities: Sons of Italy; 
Water skiing. 




JOHN BROOKS 24 

511 Lexington St. 

Electronics 

"Brooksie" . . . likes, elec- 
tronics and flying . . . 
Jimmy, Paul and Charlie 
. . . "Time wounds all 
heels" . . . ambition — be 
a success. 

Activities: Interact 3, 4; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; Senior Prom 
4; Teen Canteen; Electronics 
Rep. 



CAROLYN BROWN 

W-06 
39 Nathan Road Honors 

"Carol" . . . basketball 
fan . . . enjoys sewing 
. . . plans to be a lan- 
guage interpreter. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; 

Ger. 2. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 

3, 4; Russian Club 3. 4; 
Junior Prom 3. 



ANN BUCKLEY W04 
110 Berkley St. 

Accounting 

Enjoys business machines 
class . . . friends Mary- 
ann, and Harriet . . . 
bagles and cream cheese 
. . . airline stewardess 
. . . ambition — to go 
down an up escalator. 

Interests: skiing; horse back 
riding. 






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BUCKLEY, JUDIT*" 

WO 3 
19 Stow Street 

Clerk Typist 

Judy . . . business ma- 
chines . . . friends Bonnie, 
Eileen and Pat . . . "Sorry 
about that" ... a movie 
goer 

Activities: singing at church; 
driver education; teacher's 
typing assistant. 



BUCKLEY, ROSCO 

D001 
19 Stow Street 

Work Study 

Would like to be an art* 
ist . . . draws . . . gym 
and science . . . Bill, 
Steve and Charley . . . 

Interests are ice skating; 

swimming; bowling 



BUONOMO, ALBERT 

WO 3 
738 Trapelo Road C2 

Brown hair, brown eyes 
. . . likes History . . . 
pals Steve, Tom, Bobby 
. . . plans — college . . . 
says "all right now!" 
. . . ambition — to travel 

Interests: water skiing; swim- 
ming 




Crying — does it help? 



BUHLER, WALTER 11 
1096 Main Street 

Machine 

"Bucket" . . . math and 
history . . . Moo, Mike 
and Bruce . . . airforce 
. . . ambition . . . heavy 
equipment operator. 



BUONOMO, 

ANTONIA W03 

23 Fiske Street Business 
"Nina" . . . English with 
Miss Devane . . . pro- 
spective beautician . . . 
"Baby, take a bow!" 





Activities: Student Council 
G.A.P. 


BURKE, MAURICE 

WO 3 
14 Mt. Ida Terrace C2 




"Moss" . . . spaghetti 
. . . English with Mr. 
Prohovich . . . Bob, Mike 
and Don . . . plans to be 
a teacher 






BURKE, STEVEN 

W03 
81 Mayall Road C2 




"Smiling Steve" . . . 
likes to read . . . Dave 
and Jim . . . attend 
Business School . . . am- 
bition — be rich 




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KENNETH BURLEY 

W04 
151 Beal Road C2 

"Elgin" . . . fried clams 
. . . Bob, Steve and 
Frank . . . "didjeseit" 
Ambition — hospital ad- 
ministrator. 

Activities: J.V. Baseball 3; 
Intramural Basketball 4 



JOSEPH CACCIATORE 

W06 
80 High Street C2 

"Juva" . . . active sports 
player— basketball, foot 
ball, and baseball . . , 
friends: Gus and Chas 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
2, 3, 4; Junior class V.P 
Student Council 3 



ROBERT CAISEY 
SOU 

Work Experience 

"Case" . . . enjoys law 
. . . friends include 
Tucker, Dan-Dan, and 
Ducker . . . music . . . 
ambition is to be care- 
free and not too rich. 

Activities: Talent Show 



JOHN CAMERON 

W07 
445 Waverley Oaks Road 
Bus. 

"Jackie" . . . enjoys Busi- 
ness Law . . . Ronnie, 
Gordy, and Bobby . . . 
"Something fierce" . . . 
hobby — cars. 




CAROL BUSA WO 3 
93 Marivista Avenue 

C2 

Likes English . . . Peggy, 
Cathy and Elaine . . . 
hockey enthusiast . . . 
elementary teacher 

Activities: FTA 3, 4; Ger- 
man Club 3; Prom Commit- 
tee 3, 4; Talent Show 4 



CHERYL ANNE 

CAISEY W04 

10 Chester Lane 

Business 

. watches the 
Chris, Karen, 
future secre- 



"Che" 
Hawks 
Lynda . 
tary. 



Activities: Homeroom Rep. 
2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com. 
3; Yearbook Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3 



DAVID CALSON 

W06 
31 Chase Rd. Business 

"Calso" . . . enjoys Eng- 
lish with Mrs. Bowman 
. . . Buddy and Joe . . . 
fishing . . . I.B.M. 

Interests: Skiing 



CHARLES CAMINITI 

W07 
15 Livingstone Lane 

Business 

"Cam" . . . English with 
Mr. Collins . . . likes 
eating spaghetti . . . 
plans to attend Business 
School. 



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RODNEY CAMPBELL 
16 

24 Calvary St. 

Auto Body 

Favors hunting and swim- 
ming . . . Theory class, 
shop . . . friends Semi, 
Mac, Ed, Bing . . . likes 
pizza, steak . . . plans 
Service. 



RUSSELL CANEY 

WO 7 
42 Gilman Rd. 



CII 



"Biff" . . . earth science 
a favorite . . . Grimso, 
Chucky and Steve . . . 
jet mechanic . . . travel. 

Interests: Water skiing; ski- 
ing; swimming; hunting 



CATHERINE 

CAPPADONA W109 
75 Lake St. CII 

Cathy . . . lobster with 
spaghetti . . . Carol, 
Elaine, and Pat . . . "Be 
Real !" . . . secretarial 
school. 

Activities: Mr. Morang's of- 
fice 3, 4; Chem Club 3; 
Talent Show 4; Homeroom 
rep. 3, 4; Prom committee 
4; Cafeteria monitor 4. 



KAREN CARAGULIAN 

WO 7 
3 Augustus Rd. CI 

Long raven black hair 
. . . English with Mrs. 
Johnson . . . plans to at- 
tend Chandler School for 
Women 




LILLIAN 

CAMPOBASSO W07 
44 Leitha Drive CI 

Hot fudge sundaes . . . 
Sue, Janice, Carolyn . . . 
"Don't do it!" . . . col- 
lege in the future. 

Activities: Prom committee 
4; Language Lab assistant 4; 
Talent Show 4. 



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RICHARD 

CANNISTRARO 

W07 
365 River Street 

Business 

"The Hawk" . . . watches 
girls . . . "i Que' Pasa?" 
. . . would like to help 
others help themselves. 



JOHN CAPPADONA 

W07 
56 Ford St. CII 

"Gappy" . . . enjoys lunch 
. . . Jumbo, Johnny, Mac 
. . . "You are what you 
eat" . . . ambition is to 
have a million dollars. 

Activities: Football; Wrestl- 
ing; "W" club; Talent 
Show; Track team; Senior 
Play; 



CARLA CARDILLO 

W07 
46 Wetherbee Rd. CI 

Math with Mr. Sweeny 
. . . likes to ski . . . 
steak . . . high school 
English teacher. 

Activities: Senior Office 3. 



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SANDRA CARDILLO W07 
12 Charles Street College I 

"Sam" . . . likes strawberries 
and pineapple . . . college . . . 
ambition — World's Twirling 
Champ. 



RITA CARPENTINO W08 
3 Mack's Court Business 

Pizza and spaghetti . . . enjoys 
sewing and cooking . . . Sandy 
arid Cathy . . . secretarial work. 



DIANNE CARTY W07 
31 Arcadia Avenue Honors 

"Delsy" . . . likes advanced bi- 
ology . . . best friends Nancy, 
Dotty and Diane . . . sewing 
. . . future pediatrician. 

Activities: French Club 2. 3, 4; 
Chem. Club 3; Pep Squad 3; 



JOSEPH CARUSO W07 

22 'Laurel Avenue College I 

"Joe" . . . favorite course is 
Italian . . . friends Lon, Greg 
and Ron . . . chess player. 

Activities: Chem. Club 2; Chess 
Club 4; Italian Club 4. 





Mathematicians are methodical? 



PATRICIA CARUSO W07 
273 Temple Road College 

"Pat" . . . English with 
"Ma" . . . likes pizza . . . 
best friends include Bonnie 
and Nancy. 



ANN MARIE CASELLA W06 
35 Gordon Street Business 

Enjoys swimming . . . English 
with Mrs. McClary a favorite 
. . . Lorraine, Marsha and Bar- 
bara . . . civil service secretary. 



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FRANCIS CASELLA W06 
15 Bigelow Road Business 

"Buddy" . . . English with Mrs. 
Bowman ... a would-be pilot 
. . . "Help stamp out summer!" 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Home- 
room Rep. 2; Senior Play; Dramatic 
Club; Junior Achievement 3 



JOSEPH CASELLA W06 
122 Winter Street Cll 

"Little Joe" . . . crazy for cars 
. . . "You're wacked out" . . . 
Highland boys. 



DIANE CASTELLANO W06 
12 Van Vechten Street Sten'o 
English with Mrs. Bowman . . . 
Isabelle, Donna and Shirley . . . 
loves baked stuffed lobster . . . 
ambition — secretary for an air- 
line. 

Activities: Bowling 2; Secretary in 
math office 4 



PAULA CASTELLANO W06 

194 Villa Street CI 

Enjoys hockey, football and bas- 
ketball games . . . friends Deb- 
bie, Cherry and Donna ... fu- 
ture nurse 

Activities: Home Room Rep. 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4; Mr. Morang's of- 
fice 4; Red Cross Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Rep. 2, 4; Sons of Italy 
2, 3, 4; Italian Club 4 





WILLIAM CAVANUAGH 

W07 
65 Chester Lane Business 

Bill . . . hopes to become a 
store manager . . . Bob, Bat . . . 
steak . . . "Hey Carumba!" 



DONNA CAVICCHI W07 
52 Golden Crest Ave. Cll 

Loves meatball subs and sweets 
. . . best friends Ev, Pat and 
Brenda . . . enjoys meeting peo- 
ple . . . ambition — travel. 



PAUL CEDRONE W08 

195 Beal Road CI 

Plans college . . . Kev, Steve, 
Carl . . . enjoys Physics . . . 
called "Sid" . . . tape records 
. . . plays pool . . . ambition — 
dentist . . . "Is that right?" 

Activities: Boys Club 2. 3; Boy 
Scouts 2; Chemistry Club 3; Chess 
Club 4; Ski Club 4; Baseball 2 



DONNA CERICOLA W08 
55 Bolton Street CI 

Brown-eyed brunette . . . sports 
enthusiast . . . Debbie, Cherry 
and Paula ... a teacher. 

Activities: Homeroom Rep. 3; Ital- 
ian Club 4; Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show 4; Junior Prom Com. 3 



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MICHAELA CERICOLA 
W08 

28 Bennett St. CII 

"Micki" . . . enjoys Spanish 
with Mr. Caso . . . Sandy, 
Vinnie and Bo-Bo . . . Likes 
to play pool. 

Activities: Jr. Prom Comm.; Tal- 
ent Show 2; Spanish Club 3; Pep 
Squad 4; Senior Play Comm. 



MARJORIE CHAGNON 

W09 
59 Rich St. Business 

"Shags" . . . light brown 
hair, brown eyes . . . enjoys 
sewing . . . Nina, Maureen, 
Barbara. 

Activities: Senior Office; Library 
Council; H. R. Representative. 



Our "tidy" chem lab 




JUDITH CHAISSON 

W09 
125 Clark St. CI 

"Judy" . . . enjoys biol- 
ogy . . . "longdidiso" 
. . . Barb, Di, Lorraine 
. . . future biology teach- 
er. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 
4; Talent Show 3; Mr. Bel- 
liveau's Office 2, 3; Student 
Council 3, 4; Class Secre- 
tary 4; Senior Play Comm.; 
Ski Club 4; Chem Club 4. 




KATHIE CHAMPAGNE 
W09 

112 Myrtle St. 

B General 
"Hippo" . . . eats spa- 
ghetti avidly . . en- 
joys English . . . ambi- 
tion — receptionist. 

Interests: Swimming; Ping 
Pong: Playing Pool. 



DONNA CHAMPAGNE 

W09 
286 River St. Business 

green-eyed "Bubbles" 
. . . swims and sews . . . 
Niki, Mary Lou and Sue 
. . . "Yah, you'll get 
over it!" . . . ambition — 
secretary. 






Looking up at W. H. S. 



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ANN CHASE W09 
187 River Street 



CI 





Enjoys Art, English and 
the talent show . . . 
friends are Judi, Becky 
and Ellen . . . paints and 
draws in her time . . . 
interior decorator. 

Activities: Jr. Achievement 
2; Folk Club; Ski Club 3, 
4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Reflector 3, 4; Jr. Prom 2 



YEM CHIN W101 
490 Lexington Street 



JOHN CIARAMAGLIA 
14 

34 Adams Street 

Printing 
"Choo" . . . history is a 
favorite . . . subs and 
hamburgers . . . Randi, 
John, and Yogi . . . print- 
ing trade 



ARTHUR 
CHERNOSKY W101 

48 Beckley Street . . CI 

Husky "Art" . . . three 
years of math with Mr. 
Foley . . . Den, Bri and 
Steve .. . . "How much?" 
. . . nuclear research sci- 
entist. 

Activities: DeMolay 2; Golf 
Team 2, 3, 4; Chi Sigma 
Gamma 2, 3; Physics Club 
2, 3 



PAUL CHIASSON 
W101 

43 Parmenter Road 

Accounting 
Enjoys art . . . friends 
are Jim, Elton, and Bob 
... air force, then art 
school . . . ambition to 
fly. 

Interests: skiing; swimming. 



Cll 



Spends leisure fishing or 
collecting coins or play- 
ing chess . . . future stu- 
dent at Northeastern. 

Activities: Chess Club. 



RONALD CHIASSON 

W101 
11 Russell Street Cll 

"Ronnie" . . . English is 
exceptional ... so are 
Mule and Rober . . . and 
eating Malatunda a la 
sautSe . . . music is the 
epitome ... a profes- 
sional singer ... so "dig 
it" 



AMY CHITTENDEN 

W101 
44 Ellery Road Honors 

"Amykins" . . . friends 
Dixie, Kathy and Martha 
. . . enjoys sewing . . . 
Mr. Vallely's math .. . . 
ambition: never to worry 
about deadlines . . . 

Activities: German Club 2, 
3; Pep Squad 3; Chem Club 
3; N.H.S. 3, 4, secretary 
4; math team 2, 4; Talent 
Show; Mirror staff 3. Edi- 
tor-in-Chief 4. 

JANE CIAVARDONE 

W101 
105 Taylor Street 

College I 
Blond, blue eyed Janie 
... a sweet girl . . . 
loves strawberry sundaes 
. . . friends are Barb, Ca- 
rol, and Mary . . . loves 
to do many things. 

Activities: Italian Club 2, 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2. 3. 4; 
French Club 4; Russian Club 
4; Reflector Staff 4; Mirror 
staff 4; English Office 4; 
Prom Comm. 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Senior Play; Ski 
Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Chorus 
2; Latin Club 2. 





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MICHAEL CINCOTTA 

W101 
292 River Street 

Business 
Likes Algebra II with 
Mrs. Kudera . . . Zuki, 
Gerry and Ted . . . bas- 
ketball and golf. 

Activities: Intramural basket- 
ball 2; YMCA league 




WILLIAM CLORAN 

W08 
410 Lincoln Street 



C2 



Bill . . . loves art and 
history ... a professional 
philatelist — always col- 
lecting stamps . . . friends 
Ronald, Allan, Dennis 

Activities: Art Club 2; In- 
teract 1; Junior Achieve- 
ment 2; BYMCU 2. 



JAMES COLANTRUPO 

W08 
151 Calvary Street Cll 

"Col" . . . loves sp»rts 
and English with Mr. 
Prohovich . . . friends 
are Rot, Juva, Chas . . . 
Sal's subs are fabulous 
. . . Junior Class Presi- 
dent. 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 
4; Interact 3, 4; Kabookies 
4; Talent Show 4; Intra- 
murals 4; Italian Club 4; 
Jr. Class President; Jr. 
Prom Comm. 



DENNIS CLARK W08 
1247 Trapelo Road Cll 

Den . . . tall, dark and 
handsome . . . coin collec- 
tor .. . enjoys canteen 
dances and golfing with 
Art ... other friends are 
Paul and Pat. 

Activities: Mirror homeroom 
representative 2, 3. 




ROBERT CLARK W08 
127 Russell Street 

College Prep 11 
"Clarkie" ... a talent 
show music director blar- 
ing his trumpet . . 
someday happiness and 
helping people . . . "Oh 
Yes." 

Activities: A.V. 2, 3, 4; 

Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Talent 

Show 3, 4, music director 4; 
Football Z 



KEVIN CLASBY 16 
174 Hammond Street 

Autobody 
"Bing" . . . fond of steaks 
. . . plans — Navy . . . 
hobbies — cars, camping 
. . . Bob, Paul, Stick . . . 
"That's par" 




SANDRA 
COLANGELO W08 

20 Cleveland Road Cll 

Sandy . . . french fries . . . 
friends Micki, Barbara, 
and Vinnie . . . future 
pla'ns marriage and hair- 
dressing . . .' "luck al- 
ways". 

Interests: Cooking; shopping. 




KEVIN COLEMAN 

W08 
125 Hillcrest Road 

C2 Prep 

Kevin . . . football player 
. . . friends Lyle, Jack, 
Steve . . . dream about 
skin diving and attending 
mechanical school. 

Activities: Football 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 




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ANNE MARIE 
COLLETTE 20 

75 Harvard Street 

Distributive Ed. 

"Annie" . . . likes Pou- 
tine . . . "Yeah Right" 
. . . best friends are 
Kathy and Lauria. 

Activities: DECA 4; Class 
Treasurer 4; Delegate, Phila- 
delphia leadership confer- 
ence 



DEBORAH 

CONNOLLY W09 

8 Hatherly Road 

College 

"Debba" . . . chemistry 
with Mr. Yetten . . . fre- 
quents football games 
with Betsy, Donna and 
Harriet . . . future teacher 
. . . "All right now!" 

Activities: Talent Show 4; 
Spanish Club 4; Junior Prom 
3; Monitor 4; Office Work 
3, 4 



MARY ANN 

CONNOLLY W09 
26 Oak Street 

Business Clerk Typist 

"Cornie" ... a blue eyed, 
brown haired party ago- 
goer . . . likes law . . . 
friends include Maureen, 
Marcia and Betty . . . 
"Ya right!" . . . plans 
to attend IBM school. 

Activities: Talent Show. 



WILLIAM COONEY 
W09 

121 Summer Street 



CI 



"Bill" . . . quiet . . . loves 
history, hockey, and pool 
. . . friends Russ, Rickie, 
and Mike . . . likes his 
history teacher. 

Interests: hockey; football; 
wrestling. 



PETER COLLURA 

W08 
24 Floral Circle 



C2 



Quiet, amiable Pete . . . 
basketball, football or 
you name it ball enthus- 
iast . . . biology is great. 

Interests: basketball; skiing; 
football; hockey; swimming. 



KAREN CONNOLLY 

W109 
41 Rich St. C2 

"Baby face" . . . drawing 
. . . friends Mary, Lynn, 
and Kathy . . . "Oh, for- 
get it!" ... art school 
. . . future in interior 
decorating or window de- 
sign. 

Activities: Nurses Club 3, 4. 



BRENDA 

CONSTANTINE 

W09 
10 Goldencrest Avenue 
Steno 

"Bren" . . . friend clams 
. . . blonde . . . likes 
business machines, drag 
races . . . Shirley, Donna 
. . . plans — legal secre- 
tary. 

Activities: Rainbow 2, 3, 4. 



GERALD CORMIER 15 
58 Cushing Street 

Auto Mechanics 

"Jerr" . . . believes 
"Chevies don't go!" . . . 
plays pool . . . John, Ken- 
ny, Cat . . . likes shop 
. . . plans to enter service. 

Interests: skating; swimming; 
pool. 







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LINDA CORMIER 

W09 
73 Bowdoin Avenue CII 

Brown-haired "Lyn" . . . 
likes eating lasagna, spare 
ribs, and pistacchio ice 
cream . . . friends Carol, 
Lorraine, and Vinnie . . . 
"It's unbelievable". 

Activities: French Club 2; 
Italian Club 2, 3, secre- 
tary 3; Pep Squad 1. 




MARGARET CORMIER 
20 

18 Myrtle Street 

Distributive Ed. 

Petite "Peggy" . . . Ital- 
ian foods . . . "what-at?" 
. . . friends Pam and 
Donna. 

Activities: DECA 4; Class 
Secretary; Delegate, Phila- 
delphia DECA leadership 
conference; Library council 



LYNDA COX W09 
5 Canterbury Road CI 

Likes Mrs. Johnson's 
English class . . . sports 
are terrific . . . friends 
are Janet, Susan and 
Peggy . . . future in re- 
tailing. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; 
Russian Club 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 3, president; J. A. 3; 
archery 2, 3; badminton 2, 
3; basketball 2, 3; volley- 
ball 2, 3; Softball 2; tennis 
3, 4. 



LORRAINE CORMIER 
W09 

18 Myrtle Street CI 

Math and the Spanish 
Club ... or eating Italian 
food . . . friends Linda, 
Ann, Jan . . . civil serv- 
ice in future. 

Activities: Spanish Club 4. 







DAVID COUGHLAN 

W09 

14 Farnsworth Avenue 
CI 

"Sock to me, baby!" 
. . . friends Steve, Rick 
and Roger . . . dedicated 
member of Interact . . . 
hope to enter Pharmaceu- 
tical Research 

Activities: Interact 4; Chem- 
istry Club 3. 



DIANE COXALL W09 
61 Grove Street Steno 

"Cooty" . . . blonde, 
green eyes . . . likes Chi- 
nese foods, English, races 
. . . Diane, Bunny, Linda 
. . ambition — secretary 



PATRICIA COYE W09 
32 Prospect Street 

Avenue Business 

"Yeh Right" . . . roast 
beef . . . Barb, Sue and 
Holly . . . drives cars 



STEPHEN CRAIN 15 
95 Adams St. 

Auto-Mechanics 

Lifts weights . . . blond 
. . . fond of steak, tuna 
fish subs ... Air Force 
. . . airplane mechanic. 

Activities: Senior Class 
President (Vocational), Safe- 
ty Committee 4. 









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RONALD CRANE 11 

32 Gristview Road Machine 

"Bod" . . . Moo, Bucket, Len 
. . . say he's a steak and po- 
tatoes man . . . favorites are 
history, cars . . . ambition: 
entering the field of masonry. 

Activities: football 2. 



KAREN CRAWFORD W07 
126 Whitman Road College 

Karen . . . plans to teach . . . 
enjoys biology . . . dances, 
play tennis . . . music and 
dancing 

Activities: Future Nurses of Ameri- 
ca. 




Hi, Doc! 




EDWARD CROTEAU 

1 Bod 
86 Colburn Street 

Auto Body 

"TEd" . . . music buff 
. . . clams, steam are tops 
. . .Mac, Ollie, Semi . . . 
agree cars, hunting can't 
be beat . . . looks forward 
to European trip. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 
4. 



NOREEN 

CUNNINGHAM 
W08 

43 Harvard Street 



Cll 



"Nor" 



brown eyes 



and brown hair . . . Ital- 
ian class . . . "well, let's 



go! 



pizza, pepsi 



friends Elenor, Joan and 
Linda . . . work for the 
telephone company. 

Activities: Library Council 
2, 3, 4; Mr. Morang's Of- 
fice 2, 4; Talent Show 4. 



MARTIN CUERDON 

W08 
96 Dobbins Street CI 

Happy-go-lucky "Marty" 
... a real drama enthus- 
iast . . . friends are 
Wayne, Mike, Norm, 
Donny, Bob . . . hobby 
includes skiing . . . "Yeah 
right!" ... a toast to the 
future engineer. 

Activities: Ski Club; A.V.; 
Senior Play; Jets; Talent 
show; Drama Club 




MICHAEL CUSANO 
W08 



"Mike" . 
Mr. Hart 
oreos . . 
cycles . . 
Scuba diving 



Accounting 

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. . milk and 
rides motor- 
"Okay!" . . . 




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MARION CUTLER 

W08 
40 Angustus Road Cll 

"Joy" . . . brown hair and 
green eyes . . . submarine 
sandwiches and sewing 
are great . . . friends Pat, 
Bonnie, Jane . . . this 
great cook hopes to be a 
home economics teacher. 

Interests: sewing; watching 
sports. 



RICHARD D'ADDARIO 

W101 
101 Lake Street College 

Tall, dark, curley-haired 
"Rick" . . . loves watch- 
ing Harvard Square weir- 
dos . . . friends Jim, Tom 
and Mike . . . meteorol- 
ogist . . . travel. 



DOROTHY DALY 

W101 
10 Porter Road 



Cll 



"Dotty" . . . loves spa- 
ghetti and Biology II . . . 
future nurse . . . friends 
Amy, Ruth and two Di- 
anes. 

Activities: Future Nurses of 
America; French Club; Pep 
Squad; Talent Show. 




LESLIE CYBULSKI 

W101 
30 Gilman Road CI 

"Cybil" . . . small, blond, 
soft-spoken ... a con- 
temporary individualist 
. . . folk music chow 
mein sandwiches . . . 
friends are Tina, Diane, 
and Elaine . . . keep 
dreaming of Utopia. 

Activities: Debating; German 
Club; Folk song Club; Ital- 
ian Club; Drama Club. 



ARTHUR DAHL 
W101 

50-2 Garden Circle CI 

"Hi Man" . . . Eric, 
Archie, and Mark . . . 
Chinese food . . . physics 
with Mr. Levesque. 



Interests: swimming; 
diving; music 



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AGNES 

THROCKMORTON 
13 Overshoe Ave. 

Basketweaving 

"Mort" . . . enjoys her 
creative project class . . . 
future "finger-lickin-cot- 
ton-pickin-chicken-pluck- 
er." 

Activities: B.B.L. 3, 4; Ba- 

tonist 2, 3, 4. 



HELEN DAVID W101 
250 Weston Street 

Business 

"Helen says that's pretty 
funny" . . . dancing and 
veal cutlets are tops . . . 
future computer expert 
. . . friends Gayle, Mau- 
reen and Marie. 

Interests: sewing; dancing. 





SUSAN DAVIDSON 
W101 

52 Galen St. Steno 

"Sue" . . . English with 
Mrs. Bowman . . . red 
hair and green eyes . . . 
Donna, Jane and Carol. 

Activities: N.H.S. 3, 4; Class 
Will Comm. 4; Mr. Mo- 
rang's Office 2, 3, 4; Mirror 
staff 4; Tennis 2; Pep Squad 
2. 



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JOHN DEFINA W105 
22 Lyman Terrace Cll 

"Jack" . . . devours pizzas 
. . . friends: Paul, Dave, 
Greg . . . Franklin In- 
stitute engineer 

Interests: sports 



DIANNA DeHAAS 

W103 
261 Crescent Street 

College 
"Don't do It!" says Red 
. . . friends: Carole, Gail 
and Linda . . . yoga les- 
sons and football games. 

Activities: Talent Show; 
Spanish Club; Senior Play; 
Dramatic Club; Maroon 
Squad. 




STEPHEN DEFINO 

W103 
73 Harvard Street 



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Mr. Caso Italian class . . . 
Bentley College . . . bas- 
ketball and football games 
. . . Ed, Carlo, and Bill 
... all tops with Steve. 

Interests: bowling; football; 
pool; stock car races. 



RICHARD DELANEY 

W101 
25 Townsend Street Cll 

Richard loves Italian food 
and math . . . "Oh my 
yes!" . . . friends: Bill, 
Dave, Marcy and Steve 
. . . future: Polaroid . . . 

Interests: Connie Mack base- 
ball; golf; hockey. 



DEBORAH DELANO 

W101 
47 Edwin Road CI 

"Debbie" . . . future fash- 
ion designer ... fa- 
vorites: roast beef, art . . . 
"You're hurting" . . . 
friends: Terry, Judy, Gail 
and Laura. 

Activities: French Club 3; 
Russian Club 4; Art Club 3. 



DIANE DeMARCO 

W101 
51 Jennings Rd. Honors 

Quiet "Dixie" . . . likes 
lemon meringue pie . . . 
listens to folk albums. 

Activities: French Club 2, 
3; Russian Club 3; N.H.S. 
3, 4. 




PAUL DeLOSA W101 
56 Kingston Road Cll 

Italian food . . . favorites 
. . . Mrs. Johnson's Eng- 
lish class . . . friends: 
Harlim, Macky, and Chi- 
co . . . "What?". 

Activities: Ski Club 2; 
Homeroom representative 2, 
3. 4. 



ROBERT DENEAULT 

W101 
107 Mokema Avenue 

Business 
"What do you mean you 
can't" cries car-crazy Bob 
. . . Ron, Elton, Jim, 
know car mechanics rate 
high on their friends' list. 

Interests: water skiing; ski- 
ing; skating; swimming. 



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MICHAEL DePROFIO W103 

12 Cedarcrest Lane College 

"Fernadez" . . . loves spaghetti 
and bowling . . . future account- 
ant . . . friends: Tim, Jym, and 
Da . . . Mrs. Johnson's Eng- 
lish class . . . "Right!" 

Interests: cards; pool. 



BILL DeRUSHA W103 

77 Clematis Avenue CI 

"Bill" . . . swings with folk 
music . . . friends: Lovie, Peter, 
and Dave. 

Activities: Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; French Club 2; Rus- 
sian Club 3, 4. 



JANICE DESROSIERS W101 

89 Indian Road Accounting 

Business Law is fave with "Jan" 
. . . Chinese food is very nice 
say Shirley, Sheryn, Odette . . . 
ambition: work as a legal secre- 
tary. 



Interests: 
ming. 



sewing; reading; swim- 



DEBORAH DeSTASIO WlOl 
99 Bacon Street Bus. 

"Deb" . . . friends: Cleo, Pam 
and Pat . . . English with Mrs. 
Mac Cleary and pickles . . . 
future: Bay State Academy. 

Activities: Talent Show;' G.A.P. 





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PAUL DeVINCENT WlOl 
171 Trapelo Road College 

Paul's friends: Mike, Dave . . . 
likes Biology II, weight-lifting 
and sports . . . future: U. Mass. 

Activities: Chemistry Club; Italian 
Club; Talent Show; Football; Track. 



RAYMOND DeVINCENT 

W103 
172 Lyman Street C2 

"Ray" . . . shooting pool . . . 
friends: Bill, Dave, Bob, and 
George 



MARCIA DEVOE WlOl 
15-B Dermody Road CI 

Marcia likes anything that's Ital- 
ian food . . . German with Miss 
Booth . . . future W.H.S. Ger- 
man teacher . . . friends: Judy, 
Janet, Mike, Joyce, Elaine. 

Activities: band; chorus; Junior 
Achievement; German Club. 



ALBERT DeWOLF W103 
61 Washington Ave. C2 

"Al's friends . . . Bob and 
Scott •. . . favorites: cars, fried 
clams and Earth Science . . . 
favorite activity: lunch. 

Activities: Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4. 



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GAYLE DINSMORE W103 
20 Dexter St. Accounting 

"Flipper" . . . always laughing 
. . . likes to dance . . . college, 
then into the business world 



MICHAEL DITAMMASO 

W103 
100 Amherst Avenue Bus. 

"Dino" . . . passing to classes 
. . . plays the guitar . . . would 
like to become a business man- 
ager. 

Activities: Homeroom Rep. 3. 



KAREN DODGE W103 

57 Applecrest Rd. Honors 

Karen's favorites: spaghetti and 
U. S. History with Mr. French 
. . . friends: Laura and Aykanian 
. . . future: University of Maine 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Ger- 
man Club 2, 3; Dec. Editor of 
Reflector; Mirror staff. 



LINDA DOMINGS W102 
15 Gregory St., Bus. 

Linda . . . Mrs. Johnson's Eng- 
lish class . . . future fashion de- 
signer . . . friends: Marie, Bob, 
and Maryann, Mike, Jim and 
Donna. 

Activities: gym assistant. 




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ISABELLE DOUCET W103 
196 Brown Street Steno 

"Issy" . . . friends: Maryann, 
Dianne and Paul . . . favorites: 
pizza and subs . . . future: Mass. 
Bay Community College. 

Interests: swimming; dancing; cook- 
ing. 



MICKEY DOUCET 20 

227 Grave Street Dist. Ed. 

"Mickey" . . . clams, subs and 
steaks . . . Navy ... to be a 
millionaire. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 



CATHERINE DOUCETTE 
W103 

46 Spring Street Steno 

English rates with "Choo-Choo" 
. . . bowls, reads, plays cards 
. . . Donna, Bev, Moe . . . 
ambition secretary or WAVE 
. . . eats pizza, chicken 

Activities: Soph. House 1. 



DANIEL DOYLE W103 

21 Dorchester St. C2 

"Dyke" . . . English with Mrs. 
Brighams . . . favorite friends: 
Paul, Jeff, Donny . . . future: 
college. 

Activities: Jiockey 2, 3, 4; football 
3. 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 



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THOMAS DOYLE 

W103 
104 Amherst Avenue 

C II 
"Tom" . . . friends: 
Fred, Ken, and Mike . . . 
future: Navy and college 
. . . favorites: piano, 
drums, and English . . . 
music 



KATHLEEN DRISCOLL 

W103 
11 Hagar Lane Business 

"Kathy" . . . likes her 
studies in the nurse's of- 
fice . . . Lynda and Jan- 
ice .. . talent show 4, 
Nurse's office, Senior 
play committee 

Activities: Talent Show 4; 
Nurse's Office staff; Senior 
Play Committee. 




MARTIN DOZOIS 

W103 
17 Wilton Street CII 

"Marty" . . . future: 
college . . . likes sports 
and socializers . . . 
friends: Steve, Buzz and 
Yetta . . . "Get off it!" 

Activities: football 1, 2, 3, 
4; Talent Show 3, 4; "W 
Club 4. 



PAULINE DUPUIS 

W101 
146 Bright Street 

Clerk Typist 

"You Don't say!" . . . 
she likes skating, draw- 
ing, painting, and Amer- 
ican foods . . . friends: 
the Gang, Sally, Rachel 

Activities: French Club; 
Work in Main Office. 



NORMA ELFAR 20 
183 Weston Street 

Distributive Ed. 

"Norm" . . . collects 
oldies (records) . . . 
Syrian food ... friends 
Doreen and Laura . . . 
travel in future. 

Interests: sewing; cooking; 
interior decorating; dancing. 



RALPH ERICKSON 

W103 
89 Columbus Avenue 

CII 
Likes to play football 
and basketball . . . friends 
Ron, Kev, and Bill . . . 
Italian food . . . favorite 
course is math, and data 
processing 

Activities: football 2, 3, 4; 
basketball 2, 3; Monitor 
3. 4. 




EDWARD 

ENGLEHART S08 
49 Rich Street 

Work Study 
"Shick" . . . sports mind- 
ed .. . Lassie, John 
and Wally . . . enjoys 
math class. 

Interests: baseball; basketball; 
football. 



STEPHEN ETKIND 

W103 
54 Copeland Street CI 

"Eli" . . . likes physics 
class best . . . amateur 
radio and sports . . . 
friends: Al, Dave, and 
Tom . . . enjoys veal 
parmigiane . . . college 
then law school 

Activities: Chemistry Club 3; 
Interact 4; J.E.T.S. 3; Tal- 
ent Show 4; Indoor and Out- 
door Track 2. 



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BARBARA EVERETT 

W103 
21 Arlington Road CI 

"Barb" . . . likes rallies 
and cheering ... Jane, 
Judy and Caroline . . . 
lasagna's magnifico . . . 
travel to Rome. 

Activities: Italian Club; Tal- 
ent Show; Cheerleader; 
Homeroom Representative; 
Russian Club; Mirror Sub- 
scription Editor; F.T.A. 






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MICHAEL FAGAN 

W103 
63 High Street College 

"Mike" . . . frequently 
absent . . . water skiing 
and boat racing . . . likes 
lobster . . . Dave, and 
Dennis . . . likes danc- 
ing. 



PETER FALZONE 14 
1 Lawton Place Printing 

"Fal" . . . thinks coin 
collecting, pizza are great 
. . . Bob, John, Joe, . . . 
after the service, plans to 
become a millionaire 

Activities: H.R. rep. 4. 



HAROLD FARNHAM 

13 
6 Kendall Drive 

Carpentry 

Likes cars, guns, fishing 
. . . likes all foods . . . 
plans Air Force . . . 
friends Kax, Felt, and 
Umbie. 

Activities: N.H.S. 




MICHAEL FAHEY 

W105 
37 Claremont Street 

Cll 
"Mike" . . . history is 
tops . . . enjoys pizzas 
. . . friends: Dave, and 
Bobby. 



BRENDA FAMOSI 

W103 
657 Trapelo Road Steno 

Brown-eyed, brown- 
haired feature model . . . 
enjoys math, sewing, ap- 
ples, olives . . . friends 
Sherry, Marcia . . . hopes 
to attain happiness. 

Interests: Sewing 



DAVE FARNSWORTH 

W103 
145 Myrtle Street 

Business 

Mrs. Johnson's English 
class rates high with 
Dave . . . friends: Don, 
Paul, and Jerry know 
he likes pizza . . . hopes 
to attend Bryant and 
Stratton Business College 
after graduation. 

Activities: Rifle Club. 



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SUZANNE FERRARO 

W104 
110 Hillcrest Road 

Clerk-Typist 

"Sue" enjoys foods with 
Miss Bliss . . . friends 
Roger, Betty, and All 
know . . . loves swim- 
ming . . . hopes to at- 
tend Kenneth Hair 

Activities: Senior Office 



NADIA FILOSA 

W104 
20 Middle Street Steno 
"For Pete's sake!" . . . 
collects stamps and coins 
likes typing and 
Shorthand favors roast- 
beef, pizza, and chicken 
. . . secretary 




TIM FITZPATRICK 

W104 
25 Chester Lane CI I 

Tall, blue eyed "Fitz" 
. . . enjoys P.O.D. class 
. . . favors pork chops 
. . . friends Bruce and Joe 



LINDA FLETCHER 

W103 
51 Columbus Ave. 

General 

"Lump" . . . likes cloth- 
ing . . . hobbies include 
sewing and swimming 
. . . Italian macaroni and 
pizza . . . Shirley and 
Sue . . . plans to go into 
office work. 

Activities: working as a sec- 
retary. 



DONALD 

FETTERHOFF 13 

331 Grove Street 

Carpentry 

Carpentry is his future 
. . . hobbies . . . hunt- 
ing, baseball . . . "Fett" 
. . . friends Dick, Chip, 
Kaz . . . ambition — wants 
money 

Interests: baseball; hunting; 
swimming; working on cars; 
fishing 




MICHAEL FINE 

W104 
148 Ravenswood Road 

CI 
Friendly "Mike" speech 
with Mrs. Bowman . . . 
hobbies include running 
. . . tuna fish sandwiches 
. . . plans to attend col- 
lege 




JAMES FLANDERS 

W103 
361 Bacon Street CI 

"Jeff" . . . P.O.D. and 

French . . . George, Steve 
and Danny . . . hamburg- 
ers and spaghetti . . . am- 
bition — find Blackbeard's 
treasure 



NANCY FLYNN 

W104 
354 Beaver Street CI 

Sailing, swimming and 
skiing . . . friends Rozie 
Debbie and Pat . . . 
hopes to visit many for- 
eign parts 




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PETER FLYNN W104 
93 Lafayette Street CI 
"Pete" enjoys English 
. . . likes bowling and bil- 
liards Tony, Francis and 
Doug . . . plans to go to 
College 

Activities: Folk Club 4; 

Chemistry Club 3; German 

Club; Ski Club 3; Interact 
4. 



KATHLEEN FOLEY 

W104 
76 Lowell Street 

CI & II 
. . . Miss Booths 
III . . . nurse's 
Betty, Jane and 
. . Air Force 



"Kathy" 
German 
aid . . 
Kathy 
R.N. 



Interests: Reading; Sewing 



PAUL FORCIER S-08 
686 Lincoln Street 

Work Study 

"Norm" enjoys Gym 
class . . . hobby is cars 
. . . future plans include 
the service 



PAMELA FRESE 

W-104 
88 Riverview Ave. 

Clerical 

"Pam" . . . likes water 
sports . . . friends Bum- 
ber, Pat and Debby . . . 
"Wait a minute" . . . 
airline stewardess 

Activities: G.A.P.; Talent 
Show; Riding Club; Mr. 
Morang's office; Pep Squad; 
Jr. Prom Committee. 



STEPHEN FLYNN 

W104 
74 Wilburn Street 

Honors & CI 

"Rail" . . . likes Chemis- 
try .. . pals Dave, Carl 
and Rich . . . plans col- 
lege . . . ambition . . . 
4F classification 

Activities: Y.M.C.A.; Ger- 
man Club 




SHEILA FOLEY W104 
10 Trimount Avenue 

College I & Honors 
Likes math IV with Mr. 
Foley . . . Cathy, Elaine 
and Teri . . . plans to 
be an elementary teacher 

Activities: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
pres. 4; French Club; Ger- 
man Club; N.H.S. 3, 4; 
Mirror staff; Pep Squad; 
J. A. 3, 4; treasurer 3; Tal- 
ent Show 2, 3, 4. 




DOUGLAS FOSTER 

W-104 
20 Murray Street CI 
"Frost" . . . enjoys sports 
. . . Wayne, Steve and 
"Booby" ... a trip to 
Greece . . . "being hap- 

py" 

Activities: Swimming team; 
German Club; Chemistry 
Club; Talent Show; W 
Club. 




DOUGLAS FRIZZELL 

W104 
30 Abdrea Road Cll 

"Doug" . . . East Coast 
. . . aeronautical School 
. . . Scott, Bruce and 
Rich 




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ROBERT FULLER 

W-104 
35 Howard Street 

College 2 

"Bob" . . . likes his- 
tory) . . . enjoys fire 
fighting, hot subs and 
steak . . . friends "Hog," 
"Don" and Terry . . . 
plans to become a history 
teacher 



WILLIAM FURNE 

W-104 
29 Barbara Road 

Honors 
"Bill" . . . golf and 
stamp collecting) . . . 
John, Mitch and Oogie 
. . . favorite class is cal- 
culus 

Activities: Student Council; 
Interact Club 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2; Rifle; Golf; Chem- 
istry Club 3. 



JOHN GALLAGHER 

W-104 
49 Dexter Street 

Clerk Typist 
"Terry" . . . sports . . . 
math . . . friends Ron- 
ny and Dave . . . plans 
to enter service 



THOMAS A. GAMBLE 

11 
18 Crestview Road 

Machine Shop 
"Ginpy" . . . best friends 
are Bob Moo, and Buch- 
ett . . . plans to become 
a machinist 




JONATHAN FURBUSH 

W-104 
81 Parkview Road 

College II 

"Bumps" . . . English 
with Mrs. Johnson . . . 
friends: Rudy, Hulk and 
Mike . . . College 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2, 3; Track 2, 
3, 4; Talent Show 4: Ski 
Club 2, 3. 



MURIELLE GAGNON 

W-105 
154 Willow Street 

Business 

Muriel . . . business law 
with Mr. Hart . . . loves 
to bowl . . . lobster . . . 
data processing 



KEVIN GALLAGHER 

W-109 
30 Harris Street 

CI & II 

Kevin . . . American 
History with Mr. Rich- 
mond . . . "Richie" 

Activities: Newspaper 4; 
Rifle 2; Basketball 2. 



PAUL GARBER 

W-105 
38 Rockridge Road CII 
. . . many friends include 
Moose, Scoop Barney 
and Sunshine 



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PETER GARDNER 

W105 
446 Forest Street CI 

"Pete" . . . "C'est ia. 
vie" . . . favorite course 
is French . . . interest 
include music and art 
. . . hopes to become a 
composer and conductor 

Activities: Talent Show 4. 




MARGARET 

GARRIGAN W105 
22 Dartmouth Street 

Cll 
"Peggy" . . . P.O.D. 
. . . future elementary 
school teacher . . . "Ya, 
well, you know!" 

Activities: Tennis 2; Jr. 
Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Play; Pep Squad; 



RONALD GADUET 

W104 
15 Waverly Street 

Business 
"Frenchie" . . . Likes 
Mrs. Johnson's English 
class . . . playing foot- 
ball and eating pizza and 
spaghetti with Ron, Paul 
and Jerry plans to enter 
the Navy 



Activities: 
ball. 



football; basket- 



PATRICIA GAUTHIER 

W105 
134 School Street 

Business 
"Pat" . . . likes Big 
pizza . . . Ann, Jane and 
Jackie . . . model, an 
airline stewardess 



CLARENCE GAUVIN 

W105 
75 Adams Street 

Business 
"Hank" . . . likes Eng- 
lish . . . cheeseburger 
. . . friends Paul and 
Dave 




ROBERT GAUDETTE 

W104 
32 Adams Street CI 

"Buddy" . . . listening 
to records . . . Fran 
and "Nuki" . . . math, 
a favorite 

Activities: Swimming Team 
2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Tennis 
Team 2, 3, 4; "W" Club, 
treasurer 4; Basketball Team 
3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 



LOYD GAUTREAU 

W107 
18 Gorham Street 

Business 
"Joe" . . . likes French 
and History . . . Claude, 
Laurie and Bernard . . . 
likes to save old pennies 
. . . future plans include 
business school 



JOHN GENOVA 

W105 
144 College Farm Road 

Honors 
Chemistry with Dr. Ku- 
bin . . . enjoys hunting 
and fishing . . . friends 
Helmut and Peter . . . 
ambition — a PH. D. in 
Chemistry 

Activities: Interact 3. 4, 
J.E.T.S. 3; Math Team 2, 
3. 4; German Club 2. 



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ANNA GERO W-105 
109 Doty Street C1I 

Hazel-eyed "Annie" enjoys 
painting, dancing and bowling 
. . . Pat and Jane . . . eats 
Hungarian "Vadas" . . . hopes 
to attend fashion designing 
school and travel. 



JEANNE GIARDINA W-105 
26 Pleasant Street CII 

"Jeannie" . . . pizza and lob- 
ster . . Joanne and MaryAnn 
. . . plans to be a teacher. 

Activities: chorus 2; Jr. Prom 
Comm; Italian Club 3, Treasurer 
4; F.T.A. 3. 4; Sr. Office; Talent 
Show 4; Mirror Staff 4. 



JANE GILBERT W-105 

22 Winthrop Street Bus. 

"Gilbo" . . . enjoys business 
machines . . . bowling . . . 
likes to eat eggplant . . . Jan- 
ice, Diana, and Pauline . . . 
hopes to become an airline 
stewardess and travel 



RAYMOND GILBERT 15 

342 Mechanic St., Marlboro 

Auto Mechanics 
Likes sight seeing over Cafe 
. . . hobby, cars . . . eats subs 
. . . would like a Corvette . . . 
friends, Charlie, Bobby, Ray, 
and Kenny. 







LINDA GILLESPIE W-105 
115 Summit Street C II 

Dark-haired, green-eyed "Linda" 
enjoys Chemistry with Mr. Wil- 
lette . . . Carole, Gail and 
Diana . . . wants to travel 
throughout the world. 

Activities: Homeroom rep. 2, 3; 
Spanish Club 4; Senior Play 4; 
Talent Show 4 



JOANNE GILLIS 
16 Francis Street 



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Dis. Ed. 

"Jo" . . . dancing . . . Chinese 
food . . . friends Pauline and 
Sandy . . . "How's Your Bun's?" 



MARIE GIORGIANNI 

W-105 
706 Trapeli Road C II 

Brown-eyed "George" . . . likes 
sewing . . . enjoys pizza and 
spaghetti . . . plans to attend 
IBM school. 



VINCENZINA GIUNGNO 

W-105 
15 Parkers Lane C I and II 

"Vinnie" . . . pistacchio ice 
cream sundaes . . . Micki, Barb 
and Sandy . . . Math V . . . 
Interior Decorator. 



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THOMAS GLEDHILL S-011 
54 Bacon Street Work Shop 
"Tucker" . . . Ron, AI and 
Bob ... his future plans in- 
clude the service 



ALAN GOLDMAN W-105 
150 Marguerite Avenue CI 

Calculus and physics classes 
. . . hobbies include track . . . 
enjoys peppermint ice cream . . . 
Steve, Stan, and Doug . . . 
plans to become a veterinarian. 

Activities: track 2, 3, 4; Cross 

country 2, 3; Chem Club 3; 

Jets 3; Interact 4; USY 2, 3, 4; 

Talent Show 2; "W" Club 4; 
Cafe Monitor 4. 



PAUL GORDON W-105 
22 Ellery Road Business 

"Dave" . . . Mr. Perone's law 
class . . . likes to eat steak . . . 
friends Mike, Bob and Sidney. 



JOHN GOYETTE W-105 
32 Trimount Avenue 

Accounting 
"Doug" . . . law course . . . 
Bill, Steve and Harry . . . first 
the Army, then college 






FRANCIS GRACIA W-105 
26 Willow Street CI 

"Frank" . . . physics with Mr. 
Levesque . . . likes hot beef 
stew . . . "Portugal fever" 
study architecture 

Activities: Class rep. 3, 4; Talent 
show 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Ski 
club 3, 4; President 4; Football 
2; Track 2, 3. 4; Chess Club 4; 
"W" Club 4. 



ELTON GRANT W-105 
194 Lake Street CII 

"Al" . . . English and earth 
science . . . Jim, Bob and Ron 
. . . working on cars . . . future 
at East Coast Aero Tech. 



RUSSELL A. GRAY 20 
78 Hawthorne Road 

Distributive Ed 
"Russ" . . . bowling and danc- 
ing . . . Billy, Mike and Paul 
. . . pizza and friend clams 
. . . service. 



GERALDINE GRENIER 

W-105 
233 Grove Street Business 

"Geri" . . . likes pizza . . . 
will become a clerk typist . . . 
Kathy, Diane, Barbara . . . 
"Ya, Right!" 



Activities: 
Decca. 



Decca State Conference; 



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SUSAN GRENIER 

W105 
32 Brigham Road Steno 

"Sue" . . . inclined to 
do unexpected things . . . 
chocolate ice cream sodas 
. . . private secretary . . . 
"Hi! how's life?" 

Activities: Junior Achieve- 
ments 3 





JOHN GRIFFIN 

W105 
15 Barbara Road 

Business 
"Griff" . . . boating . . . 
will enter the Navy . . . 
Mickey and Billy . . . 
motorcycles 

Interests: Boats; Motorcy- 
cyles; Playing pool 



ROBERT GRILLO 

W105 
102 Trapelo Road 

College 

"Bob" . . . love for trav- 
eling . . . ambition — 
Interpreter of Romance 
languages . . . travel 

Activities: Spanish Club 




WILLIAM H. GRIMES 

W105 
103 Midland Drive 

C II 

Hondo . . . enjoys Eng- 
lish . . . tinkering with 
cars . . . Biff, Arch and 
Steve ... jet mechanics. 



WILLIAM P. GRIMES 

W105 
24 Willard Street CII 
"Bill" . . . weight lifter 
and swimmer . . . Bob, 
Mike and Dave . . . am- 
bition — college and a 
good paying job. 



ROBERT GULLOTTI 

W105 
96 Smith Street CII 

"Hernie" . . . Talent 
Show Director . . . great 
drummer . . . future Berk- 
ley School of Music to 
be a professional drum- 
mer. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 
3, 4; director 4; H. R. 
representative 2, 3. 




PAUL GRUETER 

W105 
51 Madison Road ' CII 

Paul . . . baseball star 
. . . BilL, Pete and Jim 
. . . and future — an in- 
dustrial arts teacher 

Activities: Chemistry Club 
3; Ski Club 4; Baseball 2, 
3; French Club 2, 3. 



WILLIAM GULLOTTI 

W105 
87 Felton Street CII 

"Bill" . . . pool shooter 
. . . English with Mr. 
Steinberg . . . Dave, 
George and Ray . . . 
College 



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ROGER HAGOPIAN 

W108 
16 Kingston Terrace CI 

"Rog" . . . Own Band 
. . . Organ Player . . . 
enjoys German class . . . 
John, Jon and Mike. 



Activities: Band; 
Show; Interact. 



Talent 



SHIRLEY A. HAINES 
W108 

19 Van Vechten Street 

Stenographic 

Shirl" . . . loves pop- 
corn . . . "Are you kid- 
ding me!" travel and 
water sports . . . friends 
Brenda, Diane . . . am- 
bition successful secretary 

Activities: Rainbow; Eng- 
lish; office worker; Church 
— BYF 




ELSIE HALLORAN 

W108 
1776 Trapelo Road Cll 

Ellie . . . dancer . . . 
Nurse Staff . . . Marge 
and Shirley . . . College 



GERALD A. HARVEY 

W108 
38 School Street Cll 

Gerry — Blond, tall, 
green-eyed . . . ambition 
to be a success . . . 
travel 



SHIRLEY HALL 

W108 
68 Hillcrest Road 

Stenographic 

"Shirl" . . . likes to have 
fun . . . looks forward 
to lunch . . . secretary 
.. . Ya! 




ROBERT 

HARRINGTON 16 
147 Elm Street 

Auto Body 
"Paul Bunion" ... Ski 
enthusiast . . . likes 
pastromi, steaks, baseball 
says "Forget it!" . . . 
will enter Sen-ice 



ODETTE HEBERT 

W108 
11 Friend Street 


Accounting 

"Odie" . . . trying and 
Business Law . . . Marie, 
Janet and Kathy . . . 
success in business 


Interests: dancing; swim- 
ming. 



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ALFRED HEMMERLIN 

W108 
210 Lake St. Cll 

"Chuck" . . . English with Mr. 
"C" . . . Bill, Biff and Giver 
. . . service . . . ambition — 
adventure. 



Activities: weight lifting 2, 
Rifle team 2. 



3; 



EILEEN HENNESSEY W108 
63 Lakeview Ave. Cll 

Eileen . . . skier . . . love of 

sports . . . Janey, Peggy, Carol 

. . . would like to be a physical 
education teacher. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2. 3. 
4; Main Office 4. 



STEPHEN HERRICK 


W108 


THOMAS HIETSCH D002 


130 Sheffield Rd. 


a 


1151 Trapelo Rd 


"Steve". . . . artist 


. . art 


Work Experience 


Editor of the Mirror 


. . . fu- 


"Tom" . . . likes to fish and 


ture commercial artist. 




hunt . . . lunch-time . . . steak 


Activities: Talent Show 


4; Track 


. . . Eddie and John. 


Team 2; Mirror staff 


2, 3, 4, 




art editor 4. 











ROBERT HILL W108 

70 Banbury Ave. CI 

"Harlen" ... 3 letterman . . . 
friends in "F" troop . . . "You 
should have been here yester- 
day!" . . . professional hockey. 

Activities: baseball 1, 2; basketball 
1, 2, 3. 4; Talent Show 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 4; ,, W Club 4. 



JOHN HOAGLAND W108 GREGORY HOLMAN W108 
56 Cushing St. Business 73 Fiske Ave. CI 

"Hoagie" . . . black hair . . . "Greg" ... all math and sci- 

friends Richie and Larry . . . ence . . . friends Bob and 

army in future. Barry . . . "Oh well, that's 

life!" 

Activities: DeMoIay. 



JOANE HOWARD W108 
21 Ash St. Business 

Joane . . . lover of Chinese 
food . . . "I'm freezing!" . . . 
likes driving around . . . 
friends Cathy, Bonnie and Carol. 



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ROBERT E. HOWARD JR. 

W-105 
170 Linden Street CI 

"Howie" . . . swimming team 
. . . hobby — aeronautics . . . 
friends, Swilly, Schnuck, Na- 
tasha . . . ambition — marine 
biologist. 

Activities: Swimming Team 4; 
Spanish Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3; 
Prom Comm. 3. 



JANET HOWES 
10 J Prospect Hill 

"Jan" . . . parties 
meatball subs 



W-108 WILLIAM ANTHONY 

Ln. C2 STEPHEN HUBLER W-108 

loves 50 Calvary Sjt. CI 

"Willie" . . . senior play . . . 

sportsman . . . Jeff, Buster and 

Bob . . . 

Activities: baseball; drama club; 
student council; student govt. Rep. 



KENNETH HULL W-108 
28 Hardy Pond Rd. CII 

"Skip" . . . basketball player 
. . . J.E.T.S. . . . Jim, Tom, 
and Judie . . . English with 
Mrs. Johnson. 

Activities: basketball 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramural basketball 2, 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club 3; Lab Assistant 4; 
J.E.T.S. 4. 




MARIE HURLEY W-108 
135 College Farm Rd. CII 



"Hippy" 
pizza 



. . spaghetti 
likes to sew 



and 



future at I.B.M. school 



Activities: Red Cross Representa- 
tive 3, 4. Mirror Representative 4. 



ELIZABETH IAGULLI 

W-107 
27 Oak Street Business 

"Betty" . . . likes Mr. Collin's 
English class . . . steak . . . 
Chris, Ron, and Paula. 



Activities: 


Spanish club 3; 


Sr. 


Office 4; 


Nurse's office 3, 4; 


HR 


YB Rep. 


4; Sec. J. A. 4; 


Pep 


Squad 2, 


3; Mirror Rep. 4. 





DAVID INGERSOLL W-107 
12 Kenwood Lane C2 

"Ingi" . . . loves drag races and 
stock car races . . . Jim, John, 
Art . . . ambition — state trooper 



WINSLOW JACKSON 

W-107 
44 Everett St. CI & 2 

"Win" . . . physics lab assist- 
ant .. . interests — electronics 
and music . . . future at Con- 
cordia 

skiing, basketball. 



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STEPHEN JAIS W-107 
296 Temple Road CI 

"Greek" . . . Math with 
Mr. O'Brien . . . Doug, 
Fran, and Wayne . . . 
basketball . . . college. 

Activities: W Club 4; Ten- 
nis 3, 4. 





CARL JOHNSON 

W-107 
21 Eddy Street CI 

Enjoys Math . . . Doug, 
Steve and Richie . . . 
hockey games . . . college. 

Activities: Chess Club 2, 3; 
French Club 3; Chemistry 
Club 3; DeMolay. 



HARRIET JOHNSON 

W-107 
410 Lexington Street 



Enjoys English . . . 
na, Betsy, Debbie 
Chinese food . . . 
flute. 



CI 

Don- 
plays 



Activities: Band 1, 2; Span- 
ish Club 3. 4. 



RICHARD E. JONES 

W-107 
140 Weston Street 

CII & Business 
"Jonesey" . . . scuba div- 
er .. . Carl, Jed and 
Doug . . . likes sea food 
. . . public accountant 



Activities: H.R. rep. 
DeMolay 1, 2, 3; 



2; 



MICHAEL JOYAL 

W-107 
58 Prentice Street CII 

"Harvey" . . . basketball 
. . . Twit, Norm, Vish 
. . . English teacher. 

Activities: basketball; track; 

Softball; football 2, 3, 4; 

Vice Pres. "W" Club; 
Homeroom Rep. 




PHILIP JOLIAT 

W-107 
114 Greer Street CII 

"Phil" . . . likes to swim 
and fish . . . money 
and adventure in the fu- 
ture. 



Interests: swimming; 
ing; skiing; fishing. 



camp- 



EDMOND 


JOYAL 




W-107 






26 Douglas 


Road 


CI 


"Jed" . . . 


P.O.D. 


class 


. . . loves 


sports 




Steve, Richie and 


Cari 


. . . lawyer 







Activities: Cross Country 2; 
French Club 2; Ski Club 
3; Talent Show 4. 



PAUL JULIANO 

W-107 
12 Williams Business 

Likes English with Mrs. 
McClary . . . Ronnie, 
Ron . . . water skiing 
and swimming . . . join 
the Navy 



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LOU KARAMAS 

W-107 
158 Russel Street 

Honors 

Louie . . . likes sports 
. . . good bowler . . . 
favorite subject English 

Interests: baseball; bowling; 
swimming; reading; and 
cards 



EDWARD KAZNOCHA 

(13) 
15 Willard Street 

Carpentry 

"Kaz" collects coins . . . 
likes sports and surfing 
. . . friends — Harry, Urn- 
bie, Fett . . . plans — 
contracting. 

Activities: track 2; Student 
Council 4; Homeroom Rep. 

4. 



JOHN KEILTY (15) . 
126 Pond Street 

auto mechanics 

Army in future . . . eats 
subs . . . Ken's Chevys 
don't go" . . . pals — 
Jerry, Kenny, Jinx 




DOROTHY E. 

KAUFMAN W-107 
66 Exchange St. 

College II 
"Ciggis" . . . monitor 
second lunch . . . favorite 
saying — "Not bad" . . . 
likes Chinese food friends 
— Moe, Dianne and Lin- 
da .. . enjoys Gym 



LEONARD KEATING 

24 
16 Chestnut St. 

Electronics 
"Lenny" . . . likes His- 
tory . . . friends — John, 
Derek, Paul . . . "It's 
minor" ... air force 



RONALD KEIRSTEAD 

W-107 
16-4 Garden Circle 

C II (non-prep) 

"Ron" . . . likes Mr. 
Collins' English classes 
. . . friends — Ron, Paul, 
Fred . . . hockey games 



JOHN KELLY 

74 Edwin Road 
"Muzi" . . 
lish ... "a 
. . . friends 
and Rudy . . 



W-107 

a 

enjoys Eng- 
right now" 

-Jerry, P. J. 
a teacher 




CHARLES E. KIBURIS 

(12) 
19 Whitford Terr. 

Welding 
"Buster" . . . favorite 
pastime is working on 
cars . . . friends — Bob, 
Phil and Kyle 



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REBECCA KILGORE 

W-107 
155 Virginia Road 

CI & Honors 

Becky likes Cheerios . . . 
P.O.D. in the back of the 
room . . . hobby — gui- 
tar .. . Judy, Ann, Ellen 
. . . plans college. 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 
4; Ski Club 4; Folk Club 2, 
3, 4 




VLADIMIR 

KLIMOVICZ W-107 
3 Manor Ave. Natick 

Cll 

"Wally" . . . weight lift- 
ing and judo . . . ravioli 
and hamburgers . . . ski- 
ing and boating . . . 
ambitions — mechanical 
engineer 




GRACE KYTE W-107 
60 Miriam Road Cll 

Enjoys English . . . 
friends — Paula, Marcia, 
and Mary . . . likes 
surfing, skating, and ski- 
ing . . . airline stewardess 




STEPHEN LA CROIX 

W-107 
105 Thornton Road Cll 
"Keep your thumb on it" 
. . . friends — Rudy, 
Wayne and Sheil . . . 
English with Mrs. John- 
son 



DAVID KINGSBURY 

W-107 
77 Boynton Street Cll 
Likes English . . . pizza 
. . . enjoys sleeping . . . 
friends Bill and Bob 



JANICE KNEELAND 

W-107 
20 Winthrop St. Business 

"Jan" . . . office pro- 
cedure with Mrs. Mur- 
phy . . . sewing . . . 
September bride . . . 
"Oh, cut it!" 

Activities: French Club 2, 
3; Pep Squad 2, 3; English 
office 



SUSAN KYTE W-107 
74 Galen Street CI 

Likes P.O.D. with Mrs. 
Davies . . . friends — 
Janet, Carolyn, and Lynda 
. . . teacher. 

Activities: French Club 2, 
3; Latin Club 2, 3; Junior 
Achievement 3; Future 
Teacher's of America 4; Pep 
Squad 3, treasurer; girls 
sports 2, 3, 4; CYA 2, 3; 
Talent Show 4. 



CHERYL LA CROSSE 

W-107 
47 Potter Road Cll 

"Cherry: . . . likes to 
sing, dance and roller- 
skate . . . plans to be a 
nurse. 

Activities: French 2; Italian 
1, 2; Future Nurses of 
America; Talent Show 2, 3, 
4; Junior Prom Comm. 
Usherette, senior play. 




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DAVID LA HAISE 

W-109 
76 Rockridge Road CI 

Fried clams and hambur- 
gers . . . Richie, Doug 
and Wayne . . . enjoys 
P.O.D. with Mrs. Davis 
. . . business manager. 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3. 4; Vice- 
President 4; HR Rep. 2, 3, 
4; Crimson Key 4; Chairman 
of Junior Prom 3. 




JAMES LAMBROS 

W-109 
171 Virginia Road 

Honors 

"Jim" . . . math with 
Mr. Vallely . . . friends 
Louis, Mitch, and Helmut 
. . . running and weight 
lifting . . . engineering. 

Activities: Chem Club 2, 3 
J.E.T.S. 3, 4. Outdoor 
track 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 
4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 
4. Interact 3, 4, secretary 
3, 4. "W" Club 4 



MARY H. 

LANDRIGAN 

W-109 
24 Porter Road C2 

Favorite course is Art 
. . . Grace, Mary and 
Paula . . . likes to swim 
. . . plans to be an art 
teacher. 

Activities: French Club 2, 3; 
Art Club 2, 3; Jr. Prom 
Comm; F.T.A. 3; Sr. Prom; 
Chem Club 3; Talent Show 
4. 




RICHARD LASSMAN 

S-08 
39 Farnsworth St. 

Work Study 

"Dick" . . . sports 
minded . . . Ed, John and 
Joe . . . I.B.M. School 

Interest: basketball, football, 
baseball 



PATRICIA LAMPORT 

W-109 
103 Warren Street 

Business 
"Tricia" . . . frequently 
seen at York Beach . . . 
Pam, Kathy, Debbie and 
Joanne . . . will make an 
attractive airline stewar- 
dess 

Interests: Waterskiing. 



SANDRA LANDRY 

W-109 
208 Brown St. Bus. 

"Shorty" . . . secretary 
. . . machines class . . . 
Rita, Gayle, and Helen 
. . . "Oh! No!" 

Activities: Homeroom Rep; 
Mirror Rep. 



CATHLEEN LAZARO 

W-109 
17 Joy Street Bus. 

"Zydie" . . . Likes Eng- 
lish . . . Marie, Marcia, 
Mary . . . "Catch ya 
later" . . . future model 

Activities: talent show 2, 
3, 4; High School Fashion 
Board 

Interests: sewing, dances, rid- 
ing around 





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JOAN LAZARO 

W-109 
31 Murray Street Cll 

"Charlie Brown" . . . 
sports enthusiast . . . 
Pam, Donna and Joan 
. . . English teacher 

Activities-: Talent Show 2, 
3, 4; Prom Comm. 4; Mir- 
ror Staff 4. 



FREDERICK LEARY 

W-109 
41 Hardy Pond Road 

College 

"Fred" . . . hot fudge 
sundaes . . . Donny, 
Dave, and Ned . . . blues 
records . . . plans to 
enter Navy 



PATRICK LeBLANC 

(16) 
51 Fiske St. Auto Body 

Eats Kelly's hamburgers 
. . . John, Ed, Cookie 
. . . plans to enter Navy 
. . . likes Theory class, 
racing cars . . . "Ya, 
right!" 



JOHN LeFORT Wl-9 
3 Joyce Road CI 

"La La" . . . likes P.O.D. 
. . . hobbies include bil- 
liards and boxing . . . 
Mike, Fred, Bob . . . 
social worker. 



Interests: 
cycles. 



swimming, motor- 




JAMES LEARNED 

W-109 
224 River Street 



CI 



"Jim" . . . enjoys P.O.D. 
. . . Jack, Roy, and Mark 
. . . "Good boy" . . . 
college 

Interests: Politics, water 
sports, baseball, pool. 



MAUREEN LeBLANC 

W-109 
31 Pond Street Cll 

"Moe" . . . hamburgers 
and coke . . . friends — 
Cathy, Kathie and Kathy 
. . . enjoys languages 
. . . college. 

Activities: Spanish Club 2, 
4; Mr. Levey's Office 4. 



M. RACHEL LeBLANC 

W-109 
43 South St. 

4DS—Steno. Bus. 

Sews, skates and bowls 
. . . Pauline, Linda and 
Bev . . . likes pizza and 
lobster . . . plans to at- 
tend medical school 



WAYNE LEFORT 

W-109 
156 Dale St. CI 

"Wayne" . . . Chateau 
pizza . . . math and 
P.O.D. . . . college . . . 
would be teacher. 

Activities: Football 3, 4; 
Swimming 3, 4; "W" Club 
4 



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PATRICIA LEGER 

W-109 
71 Lexington CII 

"Pat" . . . likes to sew 
. . . Mr. Collins' Eng- 
lish class . . . Cleo, Ev, 
and Noreen . . . ambtion 
— to be a nurse. 

Activities: working in Mr. 
Morang's office 2, 4; nurse's 
office; F.N. A. basketball 2, 3 



JUDITH LEMAY 

W-109 
115 Clark Lane CI 

"Judi" . . . pizza and 
chocolate milk shakes 
. . . friends Phyllis, Con- 
nie, and Joan . . . am- 
bition — to be happy 

Activities: Folk Club 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4; Prom Comm. 
3, 4. 



PETER LEONARD 

W-109 
118 Greenwood Lane 

College II 

"Pete" . . . enjoys boat- 
ing . . . friends — Buz- 
zard, Phil and Dubba 
. . . major in agricul- 
ture 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4. 
Interests: boating 



PATRICIA LEYDON 

W-109 
587 Lexington Street 

CI 
"Bingo" ... art history 
with Miss Stitch . . . 
likes to have fun . . . 
future interior decorator 
. . . "ya! Right!" 

Activities: Spanish Club 2; 
Bowling 3, 4; Folk Song 
Club 2. 




JOHN T. LEHANE 

(10) 
16 Connlly Street 

Drafting 



"J.T." . . . "Do 
say, not as I do" 
skindiving, surfing 
loves shrimp . . . 
bie, Kathy, Spot 
ambition — success. 



as I 



Deb- 



Activities: Student Confer- 
ence; Honor Society; News- 
paper. 



MICHAEL LENZA 

W-109 
65 Kendall Park CII 

"Mike" . . . enjoys play- 
ing golf . . . likes P.O.D. 
. . . college 



DONALD LE SHANE 

W-109 
79 Horbs Road CII 

"Don" . . . likes steak 
. . . stamp collector . . . 
Jeff George and Bob 
. . . "Right" . . . me- 
chanical engineer. 

Activities: Jets 3, 4. 



PETER J. LILLIS JR 

W-110 
55 Boyton Street CI 

"P.J." . . . friends Muzi, 
Male, Pinky . . . "Keep 
the faith" . . . ambition 
— to be an actor. 

Activities: Drama Club 3, 

4; Chem Club *; Hockey 4; 

French 2; HR Rep 2, 3; 

Senior Play; Talent Show 4. 



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ELIZABETH LINNELL 

who 

71 Indian Road Clerk Typist 

"Betty" . . . likes foods 
with Miss Bliss . . . friends 
Sue and Sandy . . . plans 
to be a secretary. 

Activities: Mirror representative 



ALLEN LLEWELLYN D002 

Enjoys his law course ... in- 
tends to be a fire fighter in 
Boston or New York. 



HELMUT LOESER W109 
323 Florence Road Honors 

Eats Sauerbraten and Kartoffel- 
klose . . . enjoys chemistry and 
mathematics. 



Lunch at W.H.S. 




ROBERT LOPEZ 14 

230 River Street Printing 

"Bob" . . . likes history . . . 
friends Sal, Jim and Greg . . . 
plans to go to work after grad- 
uation. 



STEPHEN LOPEZ W109 
20 Wamsutta Avenue College II 
"Steve" . . . likes his I.B.M. 
course . . . Rob and John . . . 
"Hey, Boobie!" . . . computer 
technician. 



STEPHEN LOVEJOY W109 
22 Arcadia Avenue College II 

Likes math and history . . . 
friends Bruce, Ron, and Don 
. . . roast beef . . . sports games. 



DEREK LOWELL W109 

18 Chester Avenue College 

"Tractor Chelsa" . . . likes ski- 
ing . . . would like an engineer- 
ing degree from Lowell Tech. 



Activities: Football 1, 2; 
Monitor. 



Track 2 ; 



Interests: 
ing. 



Baseball; Football; Bowl- Interests: skiing. 



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MARY LYNCH W109 

123 Lake St. Steno 

Future secretary . . . hobby — 
H.S. . . . friends Cathy, Lucille, 
Phyllis . . . likes Italian food, 
English class. 

Activities: French Club 2, News- 
paper Column 4, Pep Squad 3, 4. 



MARY ANN MACCIO 

WHO 
21 Hill Rd. Steno 

Mary Ann . . . future T.W.A. 
. friends, Donna, Diane 
Isabella and Richard . . . likes 
surfing and cooking. 

Activities: Italian Club 2, 3. 



LYNN MacDONALD 

WHO 
22 Palmer St. Honors 

Kathy, Leslie and Joanne . . . 
future: Bridgewater . . . likes 
chocolate ice cream sodas . . . 
"You know what I mean?" 

Activities: Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Folk Club 2 
3; Pep Squad 2; Junior Prom 3 
Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4; J. A. 3 
J.V. Basketball 4; Senior Play 4 
Ski Club 4; Italian Club 4; Mon 
itor 4; Language Lab Assist 4 
Senior office assist 4. 



SALLY MAC IVOR WHO 
142 Bright St. C 

Likes to travel . . . "Whoopee!" 
. . . friends — Dereen, Lucille 
and Bethal . . . watches the 
Hawks play 




CAROL MACKAY WHO 
25 Highland St. Business 

Active Carol . . . Elaine from 
the Senior play . . . wants to 
be an airline stewardess . . . 
friends: Peggy, Jane, and Kitty. 

Activities: Senior Play; Drama Club 
Play 



JOHN MAC KENZIE WHO 
84 Villa St. Cll 

"King Rat" . . . English . . . 
Bruce, Walt, Richie . . . drag 
racing . . . plans to travel to 
west coast. 



SANDRA MACKUSICK 

WHO 
43 Lakeview Terr. Steno 

Cheerful sandy . . . likes sew- 
ing and English . . . hopes for 
more hours in a day to get 
things done . . . wants to be a 
medical secretary. 

Interests: talking, swimming, work- 
ing, church fellowship 



BRUCE MACLEOD 
155 Florence Rd. 

English a favorite . 
Doug, Rich, Scott 



WHO 

Cll 

. . friends 

. . likes 



Chinese food 



hard worker. 



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DIANE MACLURE W-110 
211 Grove St. Business 

"Pete" . . . business law with 
Mr. Peroni . . . likes spaghetti 
. . . Cheryl, Gerri, and Evelyn 
. . . "Yeh, right!" 

Activities: Mr. Morang's office 2 



RICHARD MAGAZU W-110 
36 Oakhill Rd. College 

"Zoo" . . . likes to study cal- 
culus and physics . . . friends — 
Dave, Roger, and John . . . 
ambition — to grow up. 

Activities: Interact 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3, 4; Crimson Key 4; 
Chemistry Club 4. 




HOLLY A. MALLEY W-110 
2 Viles Court Business 

Loves tennis, reading . . . hob- 
by — art . . . friends — Pat, Barb, 
Sue . . . ambition — secretary; 
traveler . . . "Good grief!" 



Activities: Newspaper 
English office 4. 




ROBERT MACNEIL W-110 
140 Brewster Rd. College 

"Mac" . . . Mrs. Feldman's 
math class . . . Harlim, Buddy, 
Frank . . . enjoys skiing . . . 
college. 

Activities: French Club 2; Chemistry 
Club 3; Ski Club 2, 3. 



STEPHEN MAHONEY 
W-110 

175 Summer St. Accounting 

"Steve" . . . Bookkeeping . . . 
Dave, Mike, Bill . . . plans to 
enter the service. 

Interests: Hockey; Basketball. 



CHARLENE MALLOY 

W-110 



257 Ash St. 

"Charlie" . . 
Hawks win . . . 
Paula, Debbie . 
lish . . . will 



College 

watching the 

Cherry, Donna, 

. . loves Eng- 

enter teaching. 



Activities: German Club 2, 3; Italian 
Club 3, 4; secretary 4. 



JOHN MANDILE 16 

19 Chester Ave. Auto Body 

Enjoys roast beef subs . . . 
theory class . . . friends — Pat, 
Kevins . . . plans to enter Army 
. . . "Forget it!" 



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PETER MANZON 

W-110 
13 Marion St. Honors 
"Pete" . . . Chemistry 
. . . Mitch, John, and 
Lou . . . Interact treas- 
urer . . . college. 

Activities: German Club 2, 
3; Chemistry Club 3; As- 
tronomy Club 3, 4; Interact 
3, 4; treasurer 3, 4. 



BEVERLY MARSH 

W-110 
25 Washington Ave* 

Steno 

"Bev" . . . horseback rid- 
ing, skiing . . . loves: 
root beer, chocolate chip 
cookies . . . Donna, 
Marie, Linda . . . am- 
bition — riding teacher 

Activities: Riding club 2; 
Reflector Staff 4. 



DOREEN MARTIN 

W-110 
103 Rockridge Rd. 

College 

"Doreen" . . . green eyes, 
brown hair . . . bowling, 
roller skating . . . Sally, 
Norma, Marilyn . . . 
I.B.M. school . . . "Oh, 
forget it!" 



Interests: Football 
basketball games 



games; 



CAROL MARTORILLI 

W-110 
202 Charles St. College 
POD. and English . . . 
likes cake and popcorn 
. . . friends — Jane, Pat, 
Ida ... a future teacher. 

Activities: Senior House Of- 
fice 2, 3. 4; Italian Club 2, 
3; Junior Achievement 2, 3. 




LINDA MARRANO 

W-110 
167 Marguerite Ave. 

College 

"Terra" . .• . brown hair, 
brown eyes . . . favors 
English with Mrs. John- 
son . . . friends — Bev, 
Betty, Jane . . . plans to 
be a teacher. 

Activities: Volleyball 4; Soft- 
ball 3, 4; Italian Club. 



THERESE MARSHALL 
W-110 



119 Alder 

"Teri" . . 

Mr. French . 

Brigham's . 

Sheila, Cathy 

dental hygienist . . . 

"Are you kidding me?" 



St. College 

POD. with 
. . hobby — 
. . Elaine, 
. future 



Activities: German Club 2; 
Spanish Club 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Chemistry Club 
3; Yearbook 4; Band 2, 3. 
4; Chorus 2; Ski Club 3, 
4; Sr. office 4. 



MICHAEL MARTIN 

W-110 
152 Trapelct Rd. College 

"Mike" . . . Math IV 
with Mr. O'Brien . . . 
college-bound . . . future 
chemist . . . swimming. 



Activities: Swim Team 2, 
4; W-Club 4. 



3. 



DONNA MASELLI 

W-110 
116 Felton St. Business 
"Matzo" . . . Mrs. Bow- 
man's English class . . . 
spends her spare time 
drawing . . . Sue, Mary 
Ann, Diane . . . future 
executive secretary. 

Activities: Basketball 2; Vol- 
leyball 2; Softball 2; Italian 
Club 2, 3, 4; Senior office. 



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eileen McCarthy 

W-lll 

23 Centre Street 

Clerk typist 

"Eye" . . . English with 
Mrs. Johnson . . . aspir- 
ing airline stewardess 
. . . college . . . "really!" 

Interests: water skiing; Ten- 
nis; hiking; archery. 



elaine McCarthy 

W-lll 
22-d Dermody Rd. 

Business 

Elaine . . . English with 
Mrs. Johnson . . . Marcia, 
Kathy and Janet . . . 
steak and french fries 
. . . future secretary. 




Activities: Executive 
of Talent Show. 



Comm. 



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KATHY McCLUSKEY 

W-lll 
18 Hammer Street 

Business 

Enjoys English with Mrs. 
MacClary . . . friends 
Barbara, Gerry and Betty 
. . . secretary . . . maca- 
roni and cheese 

Activities: Talent Show. 



DEBORAH LYNN 

McCULLOUGH 

W-lll 
34 Wheelock Rd. 

College II 

"Mucka" . . . enjoys Eng- 
lish and Math . . . lolli- 
pops . . . Paula, Cherry, 
and Charlene . . . x-ray 
technician. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chemistry Club 3; Pep Squad 
2, 3; H.R. Rep. 2, 3; Jr. 
Prom Princess; Spanish Club; 
Mirror staff 4. 



CONSTANCE 

McELROY 

W-lll 
48 Tolman St. 

College I 

"Connie" . . . future 
teacher . . . friends: Judi, 
Bethel, and Mary Ellen 
. . . likes Mrs. Stein- 
berg's English class and 
the Surf." 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 
treasurer 3; FTA 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 2, 
4; German Club 4; Senior 
Play 4; Mirror Staff 4. 



FRANK McCUE W-lll 
85 Mayall Rd. College 
"Fluctuous Frank" . . . 
friends Mot, Swede, El 
Squeeze . . . "How are 



yar 

Mrs. J 
gineer. 



. English with 
. electronic en- 



Activities: football 2; base- 
ball 3, 4; hockey 4; track 
3; chemistry club 3; talent 
show 3; W-club 4. 




GERARD McDONALD 

W-lll 
10 Calvary St. Business 



"Jerry" 
chicken 
baseball 
gie, Rod 
school 



. . steak and 

basketball and 

. . friends Reg- 

and Ray . . . 



JOHN A. McFARLAND 

Rm. 16 
97 Alder St. Auto Body 
Mac likes pepper steak, 
chicken pie . . . scuba 
dives . . . favors foot- 
ball . . . friends Ollie, 
Stick, Ed, Semi ... "I 
just don't understand it!" 




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MARY McGANN 
5B Dermody Rd. 

Likes chemistry . 
Mary and Elaine 



W-lll 

a 

. . Diane, 
. listens to 



records 



elementary teacher. 



Activities: Spanish club 2; Dla- 
matic Club 2; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Senior Play 4; Newspaper 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Program Head Start 3 



PAUL McGINTY 24 
27 Copley Ave. Elect. 

Paul . . . likes his elect, class 
. . . two years of tech. school- 
ing ... a job with the tele- 
phone company 



ROBERT McGINTY Rm.ll 
27 Copley Ave. Machine 

"Mack . . . likes all subjects 
. . . rides a motorcycle . . . 
friends; Ron, Moo, Tom, and 
Bucket." 

Interest: motorcycles 



ARTHUR McGOVERN 

W-lll 
18 Naviens Lane Cll 

"Arty . . . enjoys English and 
U.S. History ... "Are you 
kidding me?" . . . friends; 
Trisha, Jane and Jimmy." • 

Activities: Prom Chairman 3; Art 
Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; 
Talent show 4; Reflection Staff 4; 
Senior Play 4; Mirror business staff 
4; Boys' Vice Pres. Student Council 
4. 





ROBERT McGOVERN 

W-lll 
9 Russell St. Bus. 

"Bob" . . . English with Mrs. 
Johnson . . . "What's new?" 
. . . friends Steve, Bill and Ron 
. . . future store owner." 

Activities: Prom Committee 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4; Crimson Key 4; 
Mr. Gallager Day Commit. 4; Pres. 
Student Council 4. 



MICHAEL McGUIRE W-lll 
22 Chester Lane College 11 
"Mike" . . . likes cafe studies 
. . . friends: Randy, Don and 
Harpo . . . basketball . . . 
plans to enter army 



NANCY McGUIRE W-lll 
7 Sunset Rd. Honors 

"Nam" . . . active cheerleader 
. . . Carol, Charlene, Elaine . . . 
"Ya, right!" . . . college 

Activities: German club 2, 3, 4; 

FTA 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4; 

Youth Council 3; Talent show 2, 
3, 4; Cheering 3, 4 



KATHERINE McHUGH 
W-lll 



20 Brigham 
"Kathy . . . 
math . . . 
Martha . . 
officer . . . 



Rd. Honors 

likes German and 
friends Amy and 
. student council 
college 



Activities: NHS 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; 
FTA 4; Latin Club 2; Chorus 2; 
Reflector staff 3, 4; Class Prophecy 
4. 



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RICHARD McKENZIE 

W-lll 
36 Charlotte Rd. Honors 

"Rich" . . . friends: Chuck and 
Harry . . . future: engineering 
at Northeastern . . . likes stage 
productions and DeMolay 
work." 

Activities: Indoor Track 2; Outdoor 
Track 2; Chem. Club 2, 3; Rifle 2. 
3, 4; Talent Show 3. 4; JETS 3, 4; 
A.V. 2, 3, 4; "W club 4; 
Crimson Key 4; Senior Play light- 
ing 4; Drama club lighting 3, 4. 



DOUGLAS R. McNAMARA 

W-lll 
20 Lafayette St. Cll 

"Doug" . . . P.O.D. . . . pretzels 
and meatball subs . . . skiing 
. . . Frank, Jack, Smitty . . . 
"Is that right!" 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; Track 1; 
Cross Country 2; Talent Show 3. 



PAUL McNAMARA W-lll 
685 Moody St. Cll 

"Paul" . . . Latin-American 
History with Mr. Richmond 
. . . chicken and cheeseburgers 
. . . plans to be a paratrooper in 
the army." 



ALAN J. MEDEIROS W-112 
71 Pine Hill Circle College 11 

"Al" . . . technical drawing 
. . . Eddie, Bill . . . slot car 
racing . . . would like to play 
a professional sport." 

Interests: pets; fishing; music. 






EVELYN MEISNER W-lll 
96 Kingston Rd. Business 

"Ev" . . . law with Mr. Peroni 
. . . Mary, Ann, Cathy, Diane 
. . . future beautician. 



RONNIE MELANSON SO 1 1 
79 Exchange St. Work Study 
"Mel" . . . enjoys playing his 
guitar . . . club meetings . . . 
future photographer. 

Interests: surfing; photography; 
scuba diving; billiards; skiing; and 
swimming 



DIANE MERCURIO 20 
8 Prospect St. Ave. 

Distributive Ed. 

"Dumb-Dumb" . . . future busi- 
ness or nursing school . . 
friends; Mary Ann, Pat, and 
Pauline . . . enjoys English, 
Chinese food and subs." 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 4; Leadership 
Conference 4. 



CHERYL MERMELSTEIN 

W-112 
34 Beal Road C2 

"Bean" . . . English with Mr. 
Prohovich . . . Sue, Peggy, and 
Joan . . . college . . . skiing 
. . . "Ya, righf." 

Activities: Ski club 3, 4; library 
council 3; gym show 1; senior prom 
committee 4; year book 4. 



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SUZANNE MERRILL 

W-112 
51 Ash Street 

Clerk Typist 

"Sue" . . . business ma- 
chines and typing .■ . . 
Noreen, Diane and Joan 
. . . pizza and subs 

Activities: Spanish club 2; 
student council 




LAWRENCE MESITE 

S08 
120 Totten Pond Rd. 

Work Study 

"Larry" . . . racing . . . 
Nick, Wally, Charlie and 
Sal ... a future with the 
service . . . "Wouldn't 
think of it!" 



RONALD MILLER 

W-112 

15 Outlook Rd. Honors 

"Mitch" . . . Peter, Pat, 

and Lou . . . likes to 

dance . . . Northeastern 

Activities: Chem. Club 3; 
Astronomy Club 3; Interact 
3, 4; worked at Parke Snow 
3, 4. 




JOHN MONACO 14 

96 Hammond St. 

Printing 

John . . . enjoys his 
printing class . . . Eddie, 
Paul, Peter and Bob . . . 
will work after grad- 
uation. 



JO ANN MIELE W-112 
78 Fiske St. Clerk Typist 
"Jo" ... likes business 
machines . . . Harriet, 
Nancy, and Karen . . . 
"Oh, really!'" ... am- 
bition — to be a model. 

Activities: Senior Office 4. 




RICHARD MILIOTO 

W-112 
707 South St. C2 

"Rick" . . . likes to play 
football . . . says 
"cheers!" . . . friends 
Bo, Buz, and Marty . . . 
junior college. 

Activities: football 2, 3, 4; 
"W" club 4; cafe monitor; 
student faculty game. 




LAURA MITCHELL 

W-112 
13 Derby St. College 1 
"Laura" . . . looks for- 
ward to her U.S. and 
W.A. class with Miss 
Roberts . . . Karen, 
Karen, and Hanitra . . . 
steak . . . would like to 
be a lawyer. 

Activities: Latin 3, 4; Ger- 
man club 2^ Interact 4; 
Reflector 4; Yearbook 4; 
Nat'l Merit Letter of com- 
mendation 4. 



PHYLLIS MONTAGNA 

W-112 
75 Hibiscus Ave. Cl 
"Fillie" . . . likes root 
beer and friends ... fu- 
ture; further education 
. . . enjoys photography." 

Interests: sewing, music, and 
photography 





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JOHN PAUL 

MONTGOMERY W-112 
258 Beal Road Cl 

"Popular Paul" . . . likes 
P.O.D. with Mrs. Davis . . . 
eating dried prunes and ham- 
burgers . . . listening to his 
record collection . . . college 
in future. 

Activities: German club 2, 3 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 
4. 




RICHARD MOODY 

112 
12 Plympton Circle 

Machine 
"Moo" . . . likes Mr. 
Quinn's room . . . future: 
Army . . . Friends; 
Bucket, Bob, and Tom. 




ELIZABETH MORAN 

W-112 
258 Warren St. Cll 

"Liz" . . . enjoys English 
class . . . friends "the 
gang" . . . hobby swim- 
ming 

Activities: Spanish club 2; 
talent show 4; Italian club 
4; Mr. Morang's office 2. 



CARMEN JOHN 

MORREALE W-112 
1664 Trapelo Road Cl 

"Chuck" . . . Audio 
Visual Aide . . . hobby — 
composes music . . . 
friends: Bobby, Dick, and 
Baze . . . ambition — to 
have own business. 

Activities: Audio Visual 2, 
3, 4; Chi Sigma Gamma 2, 
3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; J.E.T. 3, 4. 




ROBERT MOONEY 

W-112 
36 Oakley Lane C2 

"Bob . . . "Get Back!" 
. . . future salesman . . . 
likes Chinese and Italian 
food . . . friends; Ray, 
Carl, and Jim." 

Interests: waterskiing; motor- 
cycling. 



JOSEPH MORIN 

W-112 
84 Upton Rd. College 

"Joe" . . . friends Bob- 
by, Teddy, and Gerard 
. . . enjoys History of 
Art class . . . hobby — 
skiing . . . ambition is 
college and travel. 



BARRY MORRISON 

W-112 
59 Farnum Rd. Cl 

"B.J." . . . enjoys eat- 
ing Chinese food . . . 
friends; Pat, Bob, and 
the "gang" . . . hobby 
— baseball . . . future 
plans college and travel. 

Activities: Interact 4; Span- 
ish club 3, 4; Chem. Club 
2. 3: Golf Team 3, 4; 
DeMolay. 




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JANE MORRISON 

W-112 
380 Lexington Street C2 

"No, wait a minute" . . . 
Nancie and Eileen . . . 
enjoys Biology II class 
. . . hobbies — mountain 
climbing . . . ambition — 
a medical secretary. 

Activities: Pep squad 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 3; Volley- 
ball 3, 4; Senior Play; Year- 
book 4. 



DIANA MUIR Will 
33 Bigelow Road C2 
"Di" . . . enjoys Biology 
and English . . . activ- 
ities — going to basketball, 
football or Hockey games 
. . . likes skiing. 

Activities: German Club 2; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 
4; Yearbook 4; J. A. 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4; Prom Comm. 
4. 



BARBARA MURPHY 


W-lll 




1094 Main Street 




Business 


"Barb" . . 


. work, work, 


work . . . 


bowling . . . 


B.L.T.'s . 


. . Pat, Holly 


and Sue . 


. . IBM assist- 


ant. 






STEVEN MOY W-112 
25 Bright. Street C2 

"Beaver" . . . brown 
eyes . . . enjoys Italian 
food . . . hobby — playing 
guitar . . . friends: Larry, 
Mike and Fred — future 
plans — service. 

Activities: Talent Show 3. 



DONNA JEAN 

MULLEN W-lll 
124 Greenwood Lane 

C2 
"Brown eyes" . . . enjoys 
English class . . . friends 
— Debbie, Betsy and Har- 
riet .. . hobby — figure 
skating . . . ambition — 
dental assistant 

Activities: Yearbook; Home-, 
room rep.; Talent Show; 
Prom Comm. 



JOYCE A. MURPHY 

W-lll 
10-F Prospect Hill Lane 
Business 
"Murph" . . . "Ya, 
right?" . . . friends — 
Janet, Elaine and Judy 
. . . enjoys driving around 
in "Ol Betsy" . . . am- 
bition P.B.X. operator. 

Activities: German Club 2; 
Pep Squad 3; Talent Show 
4. 



MICHAEL MURPHY 

W-lll 
19 Plympton Street C2 

"Murph" . . . likes to 
eat clams . . .• friends 
are Mike, Al and John 
. . . hobby — weightlift- 
ing and working on 
motorcycles . . . ambition 
— gym teacher. 

Activities: Football 2 . 





ROBERT MURPHY 

W-lll 
19 Plympton Street C2 

"Bob" . . . enjoys Mr. 
Collins' English class . . . 
friends are Mike, Bill 
and Ned ... future plans 
include the service. 



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BARBARA MURRAY 

Will 
50 River Street C2 

"Bobo" . . . "Leave 
me alone" to Micki, Vin- 
nie and Sandy . . . hob- 
bies include pool and 
dancing . . . ambition — 
teacher. 

Activities: Senior Play 
Comm.; Spanish Club 3; 
Pep Squad 4. 





NANCI MYERS 

W112 
270 Beal Road C2 

"Mi" . . . "unbelievable" 
. . . enjoys Tech Tour- 
nies . . . friends, Dotti, 
Peggy and Jane ... fa- 
vorite pastime — eating 
. . . ambition — nurse. 

Activities: F.N. A. 2, 3, 4 
secretary 4; Gym asst.; Sen- 
ior Play; Mirror staff. 



STEVEN NAGLE 

W112 
24 Beaver Street C2 

"Multi-Dough" . . 
friends— Hink, Elgin and 
Ness . . . enjoys eating 
meatball subs and play- 
ing cards . . . future 
plan — service 



ROBERT NARDONE 

W112 
176 River Street 

College I 

Enjoys P.O.D. with Mrs. 
Davies . . . plays guitar 
. . . Paul, Tony, John, 
Dave . . . ambition — be 
a doctor. 

Activities: Interact (Vice 
Pres.); Pres. of Senior Class; 
Student Council. 




MARCIA NAPOLI 

W112 
132 Trapelo Road 

Business 
"Shrimp" . . . says "Ya, 
O.K." . . . friends Sher- 
ry, Maureen, and Moe 
. . . enjoys chicken . . . 
ambition: beautician 

Activities: Talent Show; Folk 
Club. 



BARBARA NASON 

W112 
33 Alder Street 

Business 

"Pizzahead" . . . says 
"that's life" . . . friends 
Kathy, Gerrie, and Bev. 
. . . enjoys spaghetti . . . 

ambition: secretary. 
Interests: driving; sewing. 



MARY NAUGHTON 

W112 
1 Brookway Court 

College I 
Mary enjoys going to 
football, basketball and 
hockey games . . . friends 
Peg, Chris, and Charlene 
. . . ambition: teacher. 

Activities: F.T.A. 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; J. A. 3, 4, sec- 
retary 3, president 4; Red 
Cross rep. 4; Pep Squad 2, 




DAVID NAVIEN 

W'112 
9 Caldwell Rd. Cll 

Guitar player . . . friends 
Ray. Roy and Dick . . . 
enjoys English with Mrs 
Johnson . . . plans to go 
into business manage- 
ment. 

Activities: Ski Club. 



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JUDITH NEDZA W-106 
22-P Hansen Road Business 

"Ninny" says "What's the mat- 
ter for you?" to Linda, Janet 
and Paul . . . enjoys English 
class . . . plans to attend busi- 
ness school. 

Activities: Pep squad 2 



NORMAN NEU JR. W-107 
32 Oak Street CII 

Enjoys bagels and cream cheese 
. . . track team . . . friends 
Hymie, Dave and Duey . . . 
ambition, Peace Corps. 



Activities:Cmss 
captain 4; 



Country 2, 3, 4, 



DAVID NEVARD W-107 
113 Farnum Road Honors 

"Dave" enjoys fifth lunch . . . 
friends Norman, John and Joe 
. . . favorite pastime . . . read- 
ing Plato and singing folk mu- 
sic. 



JOYCE NEWIS W-106 
17 Dix Street CI 

"How 'bout that" . . . friends, 
Ruth, Sue and Elaine . . . en- 
joys baseball . . . ambition 
travel and become a teacher. 



Activities: 
Show 4. 



Folk Club 4; Talent 



Activities: Italian 
Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 



Club 2; Latin 






WILLIAM NOLAN W-106 
97 South Street Accounting 

"Billie" . . . Accounting and 
English . . . plays the guitar 
. . . college . . . "Wet birds 
don't fly at night." 

Interests: bowling; tennis; baseball 



THOMAS NORTON W-106 
89 Central Street CII 

"Chuck" . . . likes gym . . . 
friends Scoop, Moose and Barn 
. . . plans to be a genius. 



LUCY NOWLAN 20 
204 High Street Dis. Ed 

"Lucy, Baby" ... English IV 
. . . Joanne and Pat . . . will 
go into retailing, "Ya! Right!" 



Interests: 
ing. 



Swimming; horsebackrid- 



DANIEL O'BRIEN W-106 
18 Mountain Road CII 

"O-Bie" . . . blond hair, blue 
eyes . . . love of cheeseburgers 
. . . friends, Marie, Tommy, 
and Dave. 



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MAUREEN O'BRIEN W-106 
29 Gorham Street Bus. 

"Moe" . . . "Ya! Okay!" 
favorite saying . . . swimming, 
basketball . . . IBM. 

Activities: Talent Show 



PAUL OCONNELL S-08 
26 Friend Street Work Study 
"Okie" enjoys gym and all 
sports ... as Paul, Eddy and 
Sueder know, "Okie" likes cars 
... his future plans include the 
service. 

Interests: all sports 



THOMAS OKEEFE W-106 
15 Ellery Road CI 

"Tom" . . . brown eyes, dim- 
ples . . . favorite food, olives 
. . . enjoyed French and P.O.D." 

Activities: Talent Show 4. 



JAMES OLIVETO 24 

46 Marlborough Electronic 

"Oli" . . . "Time wounds all 
heels" . . . future in electronic 
after college . . . likes Italian 
food . . . friends: John and 
Charlie. 

Activities: Reflector 4; Hockey 4; 
Senior Day Committee 4 




MARCIA OMALLEY W-106 
135 Massasoit Street CII 

Hobby, skiing . . . friends 
Paula, B.J., and Grace, favorite 
food, spaghetti " and meatballs 
. . . ambition to see the world. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Jr. 
Pro/n Comm. 3;. Talent Show 4; 
Spanish Club 2, 3; Monitor 4. 



JAMES OMARA W-106 
26 Waverly Oaks Road Col. 
"Jim" . . . love of cooking 
. . . friends, Don, Joe, Eddie 
. . . future plans, Franklin In- 
stitute of Boston." 



DONNA L. ORIFICE W-106 
28 Galen Street Business 

Friends: Sue, Mary Ann and 
Karen . . . favorite food: pis- 
tachio nuts . . . future plans, 
Modern School of Fashion De- 
sign." 

Activities: G.A.P. 4; Volleyball 2; 
Youth Council 2, 3. 



REGINALD ORIFICE W-106 
88 Princeton Avenue Business 

"Reggie" . . . favorite food: 
tuna fish sandwiches . . . hob- 
by: Jerry. Fred and Paul . . . 
aircraft engine specialist. 

Interests: bowling; driving; billiards. 



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KAREN OTOOLE 

W-106 
55 Clark Lane Business 

"K" . . . would like to 
be a comedian . . . Barb 
and Bourgie . . . "Is 
that right". 

Activities: Secretary of Jr. 
class; Talent Show 4. 



CAROLE OWENS 

W-106 
87 Washington Ave. 

CII 

"Carol-Lee" . . . hobby is 
buying shoes . . . mano- 
cotti . . . future plans: 
dental hygienist. 

Activities: Language Lab as- 
sist; Chemistry Club; Maroon 
Squad; Dramatic Club; Tal- 
ent Show; Sr. Prom Comm. 



PATRICIA PAGE 

W-106 
146 Florence Rd. CI 

"Pat" . . . brown hair, 
green eyes . •-. . enjoys 
football games . . . 
friends: Dawn, Sue, Mar- 
gie . . . plans to teach 
the mentally retarded. 

Activities? Talent Show 4; 
Senior Play; Dramatics Club 
4; German Club 3, 4; V.P. 
4. 



LINDA PALERMO 

W-106 
144 Hammond St. 

Business 

"Lynn" . . . typing . . . 
Sandra, Joan, and Elna 
. . . collecting records, 
making puzzles ... fu- 
ture plans — accounting. 



GERARD OUELLETTE 

W-106 
23 Weston St. College 

"Jumbo" . . . artichokes 
. . . weight lifting . . . 
friends Kelly, Moe, Bill 
. . . plans to be a C.P.A. 

Activities: football 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 



DEBORAH PAGE 

W-106 
50 Fairmont Ave. CI 

"Debbie" . . . likes lob- 
ster . . . Carolyn, Nancy 
and Maryann . . . math 
ambition — wind 
jammer cruise around the 
world. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; 
tennis 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; treas- 
urer 4; French Club 3, 4; 
Debating 4; Ski Club 4; 
Jr. Prom Comm.; Talent 
Show 4; Mirror staff; Pep 
Squad 4; Library Council 4. 





JEAN PAGLIAZZO 

W-104 
20 Bigelow Rd. 

Accounting 

Brown-eyed "Beanny" 
. . . business school . . . 
sewing and bowling . . . 
Janice, Brenda and Susan 
. . . "Oh — come on 
now!" 




PAULA PALMER 

W-106 
92' Chester Lane CII 

Likes to decorate the 
school for special activ- 
ities . . . fried clams . . . 
Marcia, Grace, Jeanne 
. , . airline stewardess. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Jr. Prom Comm.; Talent 
Show '4; Spanish Club 2, 
3; Monitor 4. 




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RICHARD PALUMBO 

•W106 
92 Potter Road CI 

Richie . . . loves Italian 
foods . . . friends Rail, 
Coal, and Piggy . . . 
interests — cars, baseball 
. . . ambition — be a mem- 
ber of F.B.I. 

Activities: H.R. rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Prom Comra.; "W" Club 
4; Baseball Team 2, 3, 4. 



CONSTANCE 

PAQUETTE W104 
27 Moore Street CI 

"Connie" . . . hobby — 
finding new friends . . . 
"Oh ya!" . . . likes chem- 
istry . . . future plans — 
legal secretary. 

Activities: Science Office 3, 
4; Language Lab 3; Chemis- 
try Club 3; Folksong Club 
2, 3; Talent Show 4; J. A. 
3. 



EUGENE PAPA W104 
13 Leitha Dr. CI 

Lab assistant . . . en- 
joyed math . . . favorite 
activity — dances ... fu- 
ture plans — college. 

Activities: Student Council 

2, 3; Chemistry Club 3; 
J.E.T.S. 3, 4.; Lab Assistant 

3, 4. 



ANTHONY PARRELLA 

W108 
134 Bright St. CI 

Tony . . . interests — golf, 
billiards . . . friends — 
Pete, Bob, Cliff, Butch 
. . . future plans — Col- 
lege of the Holy Cross. 

Activities: German Club 2, 
4; Chess Club 2, 3; Folk 
Club 4; Chemistry Club 3; 
Mirror staff 4; N. H. S. 3, 
4; treasurer 4; Golf 3, 4. 






JOAN PARVENIK 

W108 
103 Totten Pd. Road 

Cll 

Joanie . . . enjoys music, 
meatball subs ... fa- 
vorite course chemistry 
. . . ambition — million- 
aire. 

Activities: Talent Show 4. 



ROBERT PERILLI 

W108 
34-D Hansen Road 

Business 
"Scoop" . . . collects 
coins . . . business ma- 
chine . . . will soon be 
in the army . . . "Is that 
right?" 

Activities: Football 





SUSAN PERNA W108 
26 Lincoln St. CI 

"Sue" . . . visited Europe 
the summer of 1966 with 
G.F.T. . . . now stages 
insane happenings with 
Carole, Cat, and Hee . . . 
ambition — college then 
travel. 

Activities: Spanish Club 3, 4; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; dramatic club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Language Lab 
4; Chorus 2. 



KATHLEEN PERPERAS 

W109 
147 Lake Street Cll 

Kathy . . . enjoys English 
Mrs. Czarnowski . . . 
meeting people . . . 
friends Mary and Lucille 
. . . nurse . . . ambition 
to travel around the 
world. 

Activities: F.N. A. J, i treas- 
urer 4; Library Council 3, 
4 secretary 3; Pep Squad 4. 




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JANICE PHEENEY 

W109 
160 Myrtle Street 

College 
Janice . . . loves sewing 
with Miss McGrath . . . 
would enjoy living in 
Greenwich Village wants 
to fly high as a airline 
stewardess 

Activities: Russian Club 



ROBERT 

PHILLIPS W109 
22 Endicott Street CI 
"Bob" . . . thinks every- 
thing's unbelievable . . . 
eats baked lasagna . . . 
runs to Miss Willette's 
English class . . . proud- 
ly directed our band 



Activities: 
Show 



Band; Talent 



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PAUL PILICY WHO 
11 Cunnigham Circle C2 

Paul . . . likes to be 
guided . . . builds sand- 
castles then observes 
them . . . wants to be 
instant success as a ski 
instructor 

Activities: Hockey; Track; 
Home Room Rep. 2; Student 
Council 



MARGARET PHILLIPS 

W209 
22 Cheryl Lane 

Business 
"Flips" . . . loves sports 
especially football and 
basketball ... is an active 
member of Rainbow for 
girls . . . favorite class 
. . . English with Mrs. 
Johnson . . . will soon 
be punch happy in the 
IBM field. 



BEVERLY 

PIDGE WHO 
220 River Street 

Clerk Typist 

"Bev" . . . typing . . . 
Mary and Geradine . . . 
IBM school . . . pizza 



DONALD 

PIERCE WHO 
1 1 Brook Avenue 



C2 



"Pinky" . . . plays hoc- 
key in his sleep . . . 
nightmares brought on 
by pizza and oranges . . . 
friends P.J. Mule, and 
Freehs . . . will attend 
Northeastern 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4 



CARL GERALD 
PINTABONE 

W203-W206 
58 Charles Street 



C2 



"Gerry" . . . friends 
Paul, Bob John and Dick 
. . . enjoyed French with 
Mr. Thibeault . . . will 
attend Mass Bay Com- 
munity College . . . 
would love to tour the 
U.S. in a new car 

Activities: Football 4 



SUZANNE 

PLAMONDON 

W-110 
5C Dermode Road 



C2 



"Bubbles" . . 
ing enthusiast 
tuna 
Lou, 



i danc- 

. eats 

subs with Mary 

Marie and Diane. 



wants to be a Beautician. 



PAMELA 

POMEROY W112 
97 Kyman Street C. 

Says "Ich verstehe 
niche !" . . . loves travel, 
skiing, swimming, turkey 
subs . . . Roz, Carol, 
Lana, Helen . : . plans 
college. 

Activities: French Club 3, 4; 
German Club 3, 4; Talent. 
Show; Folk Club; Ski Club. 




JOHN 

POLDOIAN W-112 
205 Warren Street Cl 

"John" . . . likes math 
and amateur radio oper- 
ating . . . friends Ron- 
nie . . . future electrical 
engineer 

Activities: Junior Achieve- 
ment 



DIANNE 

PORTER W205 
85 Taylor Street C2 

"Di" . . . loves to laugh 
especially in POD with 
Kathie, Sue and Coco . . . 
plans to become an in- 
terior decorator 



JON POWER 14 
25 Morton Street 

Printing 
"Booney" . . . printing 
. . . Porky, Joe, Bob and 
John . . . plans to work 



PATRICIA 

PRATT W205 
135 Ellison Park Cl 

Pat . . . folksong enthus- 
iast . . . tells Bill "It's 
Friday." loves English 
with Mrs. Steinberg . . . 
would like to teach fifth 
or sixth grade. 

Activities: Chem Club; Ski 
Club; Talent Show 




CHARLES T. PRATT 

S08 
824 Trapelo Road His- 
tory Science 
"Bogie" . . . model build- 
ing camping . . . plans 
to become a forest ranger 
. . . "Each to his own!" 



RONALD 

PRESTI W205 
28 Fiske Street 



C2 



"Ron" . . . English with 
Mrs. Johnson . . . Mike 
Paul and Gerry ... fu- 
ture flyer in the Air Force 



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JOAN PRICE W206 
27 Ellery Rd. Business 
"Jo" . . . craves Chinese 
Food . . . piano, paint- 
ing, . . . Elinor, Gail, 
Noreen . . . would like 
to teach piano . . . "Oh, 
No!" 



Activities: 
Rainbow 



L.D.S., Church, 



GAIL PRIEST 20 
84 Bond St. D.E. 

"Nose" . . . likes Chinese 
food . . . sewing . . . 
enter the field of sales 
promotion 



STEPHEN PROIA 

W206 
11 Williams St. 

Clerical 

"Steve" . . . loves sports 
. . . Donna, Jimmy, 
Dave, and Bruce . . . 
English with Mrs. John- 
son . . . "Is that right?" 




DONALD PRIEST 

W209 
209 Ash St. College 

"Don" . . . works at 
keeping his car running 
. . . English with Mrs. 
Johnson . . . Chick, Don. 



STEPHEN PRIEST 

W206 
84 Pond St. College 

What's happening Man? 
. . . "Saint" . . . drum- 
mer for the Montclairs 
. . . likes to make friends 
. . . would like to be a 
professional drummer. 




LINDA QUALTERS 

W211 
33 Plympton St. 

Clerk Typist 

"Lin" . . . office proced- 
ure with Mrs. Murphy 
. will work in an 
office one day with cho- 
colate . . . "Nuts!" . . . 

Interests: Sewing and Bowl- 
ing 



CHARLENE RADOSTA 

W211 
10 Indian Rd. College 

"Char" . . . P.O.D. with 
Mr. French . . . Brig- 
ham's Ice Cream . . . 
would like to be an ele- 
mentary school teacher. 

Activities: Italian Club 4, 
F.T.A. 4, Talent Show 4. 
Cheerleading 4. 





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LINDA RAINES W-211 
26 Dexter St. College 

"Rainsey" . . . Biology 
with Miss Christensen 
. . . participates in sports 
. . . Physical Education 
major in college . . . 
Gayle, Jane, Nancy and 
Janet 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 
4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 
3; Library Council 4; Mr. 
Morang's Office 2, 3, 4; 
Gym assistant 4. 



GREGORY M. 
RANDO JR. 14 

25 Rangely Rd. Printing 

"Randy" . . . History . . . 
archery . . . Bob, Pete, 
and John. 




DAVID 

RAVULLI W-211 
648 Trapelo Rd. College 

Dave . . . likes sports 
. . . P.O.D. with Miss 
Roberts . . . swimming 
. . . Jim and Steve. 

Activities: Football 2. 




GAIL 

RESNIKOFF W-211 
226 Beal Rd. Honors 

Gail . . . active in her 
church youth group . . . 
Peggy, Nancy, and Joan 
. . . Math with Mr. 
Lynch . . . math major. 

Activities: National Honor 
Society 3. 4; Dramatics 2; 
Russian 2, 3; Astronomy 3, 
4; Yearbook 4; Latin 2, 3; 
Language lab 2; Chemistry 
3; Mr. Morang's office 2, 
3. i. 



LINDA 

RAMBERG W-211 
154 Beal Rd. College 

"Linna" . . . likes to 
listen to records at Dis- 
cland . . . Migs, Maul, 
and Lynn . . . future 
medical secretary. 

Activities: Chemistry Club 
3; Softball 3; office worker 
2, 3; L.Y.R. 



NANCY 

RANDO W-211 
598 Lexington St. 

Honors 

"Nance" . . . Biology 
with Mrs. Fleming . . . 
Dulcy, Dixie, and Amy 
. . . Russian or German 
interpreter. 

Activities: Debating 2, 3; 
German Club 2, 4; Russian 
Club 3, 4; Editor This Week 
At Waltham High 4; Forum 
3; National Honor Society 
3, 4. 



RITA RAYNE W-211 
14 Westbrook Cr. 

Business 

Rita . . . future home- 
maker . . . clothing with 
Mrs. Johnson . . . Alan, 
Marie. 



BETSY 

RHODES W205 
86 .Milton St. College 

"Eliza" . . . meets Deb- 
ba, Donna, and Harriet 
at Brigham's . . . school 
sports . . . future plans 
include money and mar- 
riage. 





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NORMAN RHODES W205 
17 Galen St. CI 

Don, Bobby, and Wayne . . . 
after college plans to teach. 

Activities: Track Team 3. 



GERARD RICHARD SOU 

39 Alder St. Work Study 

Gerard . . . enjoys surfing, 
scuba diving and fishing . . . 
Ronnie, Abe and Dave. 

Interests: bowling; pool; surfing. 



DONNA RIGOLI W205 
16 Forest St. Steno 

"Peanuts" . . . typing . . 
Janice, Pam, Joan . . . would 
like to travel. 

Interests: beach; skiing. 



DIANE RIVARD W205 

3 Alderworth Rd. Business 

"Di" . . . collects records and 
bowls . . . Noreen, Chris, Peg- 
gy .. . secretary. 

Activities: Library Council. 





RICHARD RIVERS W205 
63-F Hansen Rd. CU 

"Stream" . . . friends Willy, 
Gull and Ray . . . cries "Out 
of sight" . . . English with Mr. 
Prohovich. 

Activities: Golf Team Capt. 2, 3, 
4; "W" Club 4; Crimson Key 4. 



ARTHUR ROBINSON W211 
22 A Dermody Rd. CU 

"Art" . . . dragon-slaying . . . 
English . . . Paul, Chuck, Zukie 
. . . college. 



LINDA ROCHLEAN W211 

4 Chester Lane Clerk Typist 

Linda . . . English . . . Janice, 
Cathy and Diana . . . likes 
Chinese food. 



BONNIE ROCHON W211 
25 Circle Dr. Clerk Typist 

Bonnie . . . likes dancing and 
playing ping pong . . . plans 
to work as a secretary in a 
business office. 



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MAR IE ROCHON W-2 1 1 

118 Lake Street Business 

"Ri" . . . loves dancing . . . 
friends: Mary Cathy and Sue 
. . . clams and french fries rate 
high. 

Activities: homeroom rep. 4; Mr. 
Morang's office; talent show. 



KATHERINE ROCKEY W-2 11 
61 Brown Street Steno 

"Kitty" . . . shorthand with 
Miss Hogarty . . . brownies, 
peanut-butter fudge . . . Linda 
apd Sandy ... "I got a letter 
today." 

Activities: L.R.Y.; pep squad 



LINDA ROLLO W-2 11 
169 Grove Street College 

"Lin" . . . English with Mrs. 
Johnson . . . Terry, Mary-Lou 
and Jane . . . pizza . . . 
would like to be a registered 
nurse . . . "okay!" 



Interests: 
skiing 



horseback riding water 



PAMELA ROSS W-2 11 
58 Doty Street Steno 

"Pam" . . . likes all kinds of 
sports . . . Homecoming queen 
. . . Donna, Joan, Karen and 
Mary Ann. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Mirror Staff 3, 4; 
Homeroom rep. 2; Jr. Prom com- 
mittee; Majorette 2, 3, 4 





CLIFFORD RUGGLES W-211 
51 Brightwood Road Cl 

"Cliff" . . . earth science with 
Bill . . . future with the mer- 
chant marines. U.S. Naval Sea 
Cadet Corp. 

Activities: Folk Club; Drama Club; 
Senior Play; Talent Show 



DAVID RUNDLETT W-211 
20 Oakledge Road Cl 

Dave ... car lover . . . best 
friends . . . Paul, Bob, Danny 
. . . Zuke . . . ambition, col- 
lege. 



GEORGE RUSSO W-211 
IV2 Calvary Street Business 
Zuke . . . loves English with 
Mrs. Johnson . . . friends . . . 
Billy, "Psalmy" and "Harlim" 
Peppersteaks are a favorite . . . 
ambition to attend Business 
School. 

Activities: Basketball 2. 3. 4 



MARGARET RUSSO W-211 
30 Smith Street Steno 

"Margie" . . . secretarial school 
. . . would like to become a 
legal secretary, Brigham's ice 
cream . . . Viv, Carol and 
Donna. 

Activities. Ski Club 4; CYO 2. 
Jr. Achievement }; Treasurer French 
Club 4; Library Staff 3. 4; Mr. 
Morang's office 3, 4; Talent Show 



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MARY ANN RUSSO 

W-211 
55 Mayall Road 

Business 

"Mar" . . . friends . . . 
Donna, Kathy and Pam 
. . . auburn hair and 
brown eyes . . . loves all 
types of Italian food. 

Activities: F.N. A. 2, 3, 4, 
Jr. Prom 3; Talent Show 4; 
Yearbook 3; Student Coun- 
cil 3; C.Y.O. 



DONNA RYBERG 

W205 
3 Woodlawn Ave. 

College II 

"Charlie" . . . enjoys 
biology . . . Joan, Pam 
and Donna . . . fried 
clams . . . sports. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 
4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3: Class Secretary 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Jr. | Prom 
Comm.; Housemaster's of- 
fice. 




KATHLEEN RYAN 

W-205 
13 Palmer Street 

Honors 
"Kathy" . . . sews . . . 
enjoys playing guitar . . . 
•drinks coffee frappes 
with Lynn, Les, Joanne 
. . . Hopes to teach in 
Germany. 

Activities: Student Council 
2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Senior Play com- 
mittee chairman 4; Italian 
Club 4; Junior Prom com- 
mittee 3. 



DIANE SABETTI 

W-205 
246 Calvary Street 

Steno 

friends . . . Eileen, Di- 
ane, Jann . . . eats lob- 
ster . . . fond of short- 
hand . . . plans . . . 
night school . . . am- 
bition . . . accounting 
job. 



MARY ANN 

SALAMONE W-205 
121 Bedford Street CII 
"Sal" . . . chinese food, 
steak and cheese cake 
. . . cooking . . . "I'll 
say!" 

Activities: Talent Show 3. 4 
Jr. Prom committee 3 Sen- 
ior Play Italian Club 2, 3, 
4 





WAYNE SALPIETRO 

W-205 
41 Indian Road CII 

Wayne . . . physics . . . 
Mike, Norm, and Bobby 
. . . steak . . . would 
like to be an electronics 
engineer. 

Activities: A.V. Staff 2, 3; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Prom Committee 3: Senior 
Play 3, 4; Dramatic Club 
3, 4 



MARIE SAN SOUCIE 

W-205 
134 Myrtle Street CII 

Marie . . . Chinese food 
. . . Margie and Patty 
. . . brown hair, brown 
eyes . . . would like to 
go to Hawaii. 




ELAINE 

SANTANGELO 

W-205 
194 Barbara Road 



CI 



"Ya! Right!" ... En- 
glish with Mrs. Johnson 
. . . Dom, Leslie and 
Judie . . . Valparaiso 
University in Indiana. 

Activities: German Club 2, 
3; Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Reflec- 
tor 4; Talent Show 4; Mirror 
4; Teen Canteen 4; Eng- 
lish office 4; 



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ELIZABETH 

SARNO W-205 
26 Circle Drive CI 

"Betty" . . . P.O.D. and 
English, Donna, Linda 
and Marilyn . . . likes to 
watch sports events, "all 
right now!" 

Activities: German Club 2, 
3, 4; Italian Club 2, 3, 4. 





ROBERTA 

SARNO W-205 
120 Seminole Avenue 

General 

Roberta . . . loves eco- 
nomics and P.O.D. . . . 
her ambition to be a 
speech teacher. 



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JOSEPH 

SAULNIER W-205 
40 Lyman Street Honors 

"Dylon Thomas" . . . 
future architect, friend 
Helmut . . . Rhode Island 
School of Design. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 
4; president 4 



DONALD SAVOY 

W-205 
78 Prentice Street Cll 

"Lippy" . . . U. S. His- 
tory . . . Norm, Mike, 
Pete . . . college, "May 
flights of angels carry 
you gently to your rest." 

Activities: YMCA League 



ROBERT 

SCAFIDI 1 5 

27 Guinan Street 

Auto Mechanics 

Bob enjoys Shop class 
. . . wants a Chevy . . . 
buddies Ray John, 
Jill . . . likes subs . . . 
says "Fords don't go" 

Activities: Class treasurer; 
trouble shooting contest 




ELSIE SAUVE W-205 
103 Hardy Pond Road 
Cll 
"CoCo" . . . brown hair, 
blue eyes . . . ambition 
to have a Jaguar . . . 
Evelyn, Jane and Eileen, 
Hopes to attend Wilford 
Academy. 

Activities: Pep squad 2, 3; 
Library Council 3 



DONNA SCAFIDI 

W-205 
14 Pearl Street 

Stenographic 
"Twig" . . . Beverly, 
Diane . . . likes short- 
hand, sewing, cooking 
. . . enjoys pizza, lob- 
ster . . . future dental 
assistant. 



GARY SCALESE W-205 
124 Farnum Road Cll 
Gary . . . cars . . . Mari- 
lyn. Gar)- and Ron . . . 
IBM school. 



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MARY SCHEIER 
119 Brewster Rd. 

"Mary Clod" . . 
psycology course 



W206 

Honors 

. enjoys her 
at Brandeis 



A.F.S. student . . . loves 
India . . . will enter the field 
of international relations. 

Activities: Debating 2, 3, 4; This 
Week at W.H.S. -2, 3, 4; Reflector 
Staff 4; Junior Achievement 3; 
FORUN 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 
4. 



NICOLA SCIOLI 

277 River St. 

"Nick" . 
languages 
to travel 



W206 

C2 

weightlifting . . . 
. steak . . . likes 
language teacher 



Our leader of mathematics! 





ELINOR SEIDMAN W206 
41 Everett St. CI 

El . . . likes to eat chicken and 
pizza with Gail, Joan, Noreen 
. . . plans to travel and teach 
French and Spanish. 

Activities: Spanish Club 3; Rainbow 



PAUL SELBY 16 

95 Marlborough Rd. Auto Body 

Left handed . . . will enlist in 
the army . . . likes shop . . . 
says "How about that!" . . . 
eats Chinese food . . . drives 
with Dennis and Bing. 



KEVIN SEMENCHUK 16 

89 Vernon St. Auto Body 

"Semi" will eat anything . . . 
fond of Theory, Shop class . . . 
service after graduation . . . 
surfs . . . friends, Stick, Mac, 
Ed. 



RICHARD SEMENCHUK 10 
89 Vernon St. Drafting 

Friends Lupo, Stremeckus, Gor- 
don . . . likes history and 
Chinese food . . . football, 
swimming . . . hopes to join 
service. 



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PATRICK SHARKEY W206 
11 Woodchester Rd. CI 

"Pat" says "Beware, sunfish 

are everywhere!" . . . likes 

water-skiing, food, . . . Am- 
bition — architect 

Activities: Swim Team 2, 3, 4; Chem 
Club 2; Jets 3, 4; Interact 4; 
W-Club 4. 



CHARLES V. SHEA S08 

66 Trowbridge St. Work Study 

Charles' hobby is cars . . . 
friends include Paul, Eddie and 
Larry . . . plans to become a 
paratrooper. 



LYLE SHELLY W206 

19 Albert St. CI 

"Les" . . . brown hair, blue 
eyes . . . fools around with 
Kevin, Richie, Carl . . . college 
lies among his future plans. 

Activities: Spanish Club 3, 4; Chem 
Club 3; Football 2; Hockey 4. 



WILLIAM SHINNICK W206 
39 Temple Rd. CI 

"Bill" enjoys POD with Mrs. 
Davis . . . downs steak and 
subs with Bob, Pat, Mark . . . 
ambition: a trip to Europe. 

Activities: Swim Team 2, 3, 4; 
W Club 4; Chem Club 3; A. V. 
Staff 4; Talent Show 4; Baseball 
Manager 2, 3. 




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IRENE RUTH 

SHLAGER W206 
182 Berkeley St. Honors 

Irene . . . loves lobster . . . 
waterskis . . . Mr. LyncJVs math 
classes are "fave" . . . plans 
career in consumer relations. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Latin 
Club 2, 3; Reflector I; Senior House 
Staff 3; main oft ice 4; science office 
4; Honor Society 3, 4; J. A. 3. 




ARLENE SILVA W206 

5 Brewster Rd. CI 

Arlene "lubs" subs, roast beef, 
turkey . . . enjoys Chem class 
. . . swims, skates . . . will 
pursue career as a Medical doc- 
tor. 

Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Sports 
1, 3; Library Council 2, 3, 4. 



CATHY SINCLAIR W207 
12 Sunset Rd. Honors 

Blond, blue eyes . . . loves fried 
clams, Brighams ice cream, hoc- 
key games, swimming . . . 
friends Elaine, Sheila, Teri . . . 
peppy cheerleader . . . nursing 
career ahead. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; FTA 2. 
3, 4; Spanish club 4; Office Work- 
ers 3, 4; Prom committee 3; Year- 
book 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Talent 2, 
3. 4. 




ELAINE SINCLAIR W207 
148 Ash St. CI 

"CeCe" . . . Cathy and Sheila 
. . . likes her POD class . . . 
would like to educate young 
children . . . "It's a waste of 
good height!" 

Actiiities: Spanish Club 3, 4; French 
Club 2; Pep Squad 2. 3. 4 H.S. 
Bind 2; J. A. 3; Talent Show 3, 4; 
FT. A. 2. 3, 4; Yearbook staff 4 



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JANE LOUISE 

SINCLAIR W206 
14 Sanderson Rd. CII 
"Janie" . . . enjoys typ- 
ing and dancing . . . 
future: college . . . 
friends Jimmy, Art, Tri- 
sha 

Activities: Library Council 
i, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; 
Glee Club 3; Junior Prom 
Co-Chairman 3; Art Club 
3, 4; Reflector Staff 4; J. A. 
4; Senior Prom Committee 
4; Chem Club 4, Talent 
Show. 



JOHN 

SINERATE W207 
31 Clinton St. CII 

Likes English with Mr. 
P. . . . friends, Zurva, 
Chas, Col . . . future 
teacher . . . loves subs. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; 
Intramurals 2; Kabookies 4; 
Talent Show 4. 



DAVID SMITH W206 
79 Rockridge Rd. CII 
"Smitty" . . . shooting 
and hockey . . . pizza 
. . . Ray, Mike Scott . . . 
college. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 



JANICE SMITH W206 
6 Alderwood Rd. CI 

"Jan" . . . cafestudies 
. . . Donna, Pam, Jayne 
. . . pizza . . . blonde, 
blue eyes . . . will make 
an attractive airline ste- 
wardess. 

Activities: Jr and Sr Prom 
committee 




SHARON 

SINCLAIR W207 
84 Washington Ave. CI 
Future history teacher 
. . . friends Teri, Elaine, 
Donna . . . enjoys frappes 
and Tourney games . . . 
loves horses. 

Activities: Spanish Club 2 
3 4; Pep Squad 2, 3 
Junior Office 2, 3, 4 
M.Y.F. 2, 3, 4; pres. 4 
Ski Club 3, 4; Prom Com 
mittee 3, 4; Talent Show 
3 4; Mirror Staff 4; Senator 
4; Basketball J.V. 



PATRICIA 

SLAMIN W205 
19 Baldwin Rd. CII 

Trisha . . . "Ya, Right' 
. . . friends, Joe Art 
Jimmy . . . likes pizza 
bowling and stamps . . 
future: executive secre 
tary. 

Activities: French Club; 
Spanish Club; Art Club; 
Teen Canteen 



ELIZABETH 

SMITH W206 
121 Pine St. Clerk Typist 
Betty . . . English with 
Mrs. MacClary . . . danc- 
ing, . . . Maureen, Gail, 
Marcia . . . "Is that 
right!". 

Activities: Secretary 3; Ski 
Club 3. 



LORRAINE 

SMITH W206 
24 Cedarcroft Lane CII 
Biology is a favorite.. . . 
likes reading Bullwinkle 
comics . . . friends Di 
and Phyllis . . . skis into 
trees . . . "HELP!" . . . 
college. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
J. A. 3; Pep Squad 4; Art 
Club 4. 



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HARRY 

SNEIDER W206 
110 Dale St. Business 
Harry . . . bookkeeping 
... off to Bentley . . . 
Bill, Gary, Ray, Bob. 

Activities: AV 2, 3, 4; Dra- 
ma Club 4; Senior Play 
Talent Show 3, 4. 




ROSALIND 

SOLTES W206 
15 Cedar Hill Lane CI 
"Roz" . . . History of 
Art . . . Kasha and 
cheese, popcorn . . . 
waterskiing . . . college 
. . . future, navy nurse. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 
F.N. A.; French Club; Talent 
Show. 



SUSAN 

SPAULDING W206 
30 Beal Rd. Steno 

"Susie" . . . English . . . 
strawberry shortcake . . . 
Ruth, Cheryl and Shirley 
. . . secretary in the for- 
eign service. 

Activities: Language lab As- 
sistant 3; English Office 4; 
WHS Paper 4; Working as 
an aid in nursing home. 



PAUL 

STEMPSON W205 
134 Russell St. CI 

Brown-eyed "Stumpie" 
. . . enjoys POD with 
Mrs. Davis . . . eats subs 
and Brigham frappes 
with C.P., John, Russ 
. . . plans a business edu- 
cation. 

Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Talent Show 
4. 



DIANE 

STEVENS W205 
60 Fiske Ave CI 

Enjoys French and swim- 
ming . . . friends Ida, 
Paula, Ronnie . . . likes 
drawing and reading . . . 
plans work . . . says 
"that's Life" 



Interests: 
Driving 



Swimming and 




WILMOT SPILVA 15 
89 Vernon St. 

Auto Mechanics 
Willy and cars . . . plays 
pool . . . friends John, 
Kenny, Jerry . . . likes 
Shop . . . plans to work 
as mechanic. 



ROBERT 

STERING W205 
70 Gardner St. CII 

"Power" loves pizza and 
football . . . friends 
Steve, Norman, Bob . . . 
brown hair, hazel eyes 
. . . plans to attend 
Junior college. 



MARILYN 

STOCK WELL W205 
60 Marlboro Rd. 

Business 
"Linny" plans secretarial 
work . . . hobbies — skat- 
ing swimming, decorat- 
ing, sewing . . . blonde 
. . . buddies, Judy, Ray, 
Donna, Rod. 



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MARION 

STONE W205 
35 Copeland St. CI 

Enjoys English and cre- 
ative writing . . . Hobby 
— playing guitar and 
piano . . . Future plans 
— Bridgewater State Col- 
lege Brown hair — blue 
eyes 

Activities: FTA 4; Talent 
Show 4; Latin Club 2, 3; 
Folk Club 3, 4; Mirror Staff 
4, European Tour Summer 
of '66. 

Interests: Poetry, Travel, The 
Sunday Night Movie, guitar 
& piano. 



WARREN 

STORER W205 

33 Cunningham Circle 

CII 

Scott . . . English . . . 
Hobby guns. Friends: 
Doug, Al, Bruce . . . 
Pizza. Future: East Coast 
Aero Tech ... to be 
an airplane mechanic . . . 
says "Stay loose". 

Activities: Rifle Team 




FRANK C. 

STRAZZULLO W206 
63 Alderwood Road CII 

Hobby is racing cars . . . 
Friends Biff, The Vin 
Murph . . . Italian Food, 
Pizza . . . says "Tea 
Time" 

Interests: working on cars; 
racing cars; fishing; hunting; 
shooting my guns. 




ROBERT SUMMER 

W206 
258 Dale Street CII 

Called "Eggs" by Bill, 
Dave, Mike . . . Navy, 
then art school . . . likes 
swimming . . . ambition, 
commercial artist. 

Activities: Swimming team 3. 



JAMES 

STONEY W205 
24 Yetten Terrace 

Clerk Typist 
"Jim" . . . English (Mrs. 
Johnson) Friends: Steve, 
Trish, Jane Art, Lois, 
Linda . . . Italian and 
Chinese foods . . . Fu- 
ture, hairdressing school 
. . . Brown eyes . . . 
Ambition, to be rich . . . 
Favorite saying, "Yea, 
Right!" 

Activities: Talent Show 4. 
Interests: Goof off, Hack 
around 




DENNIS EDWARD 

STRANGE 16 
1385 Trapelo Road 

Auto Body 

Friends: Paul Selby, Ke- 
vin Wyman. Love to 
drive . . . Future plans, 
Air Force . . . Good job 
in auto body, and get to 
see Expo '"67" in the 
summer. 

Interests: winter and water 
skiing, and fixing cars. 



MARK STRUM W206 
87 Marlborough Road CI 
5ft. 7in. brown hair . . . 
likes sea fopd . . . Pals: 
Bob, Paul, Bill, Dom . . . 
Ambition, engineering 
. . . enjoys Math V and 
basketball. "Ya! right!" 

Activities: Student council 
2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 2, 3; 
Chess 2, 3, 4; Mirror staff 
4; YMCA member 2, 3, 4; 
Senior play 4; Dramatic Club 
4; Interact 3, 4; Student 
Exchange Committee 4; 
Weight lifting 4; Home- 
room Rep. 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH SUSI W206 
145 Brewster Road CII 

"How's it goin' ?" asks 
"The Fox" . . . likes 
English with Mrs. Shir- 
ley .. . friends Kenny, 
Buddy, "The Crow" . . . 
hobby-girls . . . career in 
business management. 

Activities: Football 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3; Italian Club 2, 
3; Chem. Club 2; Ski Club 

2, 3; Junior Achievement 
3; Rifle Club 4; C.Y.O. 2, 

3, 4. 





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JUDITH SUTER W206 
69 Charlotte Road CI 
Future at Bryant & Strat- 
ton . . . fond of pizza 
and fried clams . . . likes 
German with Miss Booth 
. . . says "Oh Lord" to 
Marcia, Debby, Terry, 
Dicky. 



Activities: 
C.Y.O. 



German Club 1; 



WALTER 

SWEDER S-08 
30 Mountain Rd. 

Work Study 

"Swede" . . . likes Math 
. . . friends Tom, Ed, 
Paul . . . future plans for 
Military Service ... to 
be a machinist. 



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Paul . 
Sandy, 
ane . 
subs . 
eyes 




PAULINE TABER 
91 Fiske Avenue 

Dist. Ed. 

. friends Tommy, 
JoAnn and Di- 
. Chinese food, 
. . blonde, blue 
, . go to school 
to be an X-ray technician 
. . . likes swimming, cycle 
riding 

Activities: DECA 4; Deca 
Leadership Conference of 
Boston; sale promotion for 
Fanny Farmer . . . 



EDMUND 

TARALLO W207 
38 Cedarwood Avenue 

CI 
"Ed" likes Brigham's 
sodas . . . hobby-radios 
. . . attends basketball, 
hockey, football games 
with Georgie, Tom, 
Mike, Frank . . . plans 
college. 

Activities: Junior Achieve- 
ment 3; A.V. Staff 2; Senior 
play 4; Drama club 4; Chem- 
istry club 3. 



SUSAN 

SWANSON W206 
40 Crestview Rd. Cll 
Blond and green-eyed 
. . . weekends in New 
York City . . . enjoys 
Italian food . . . pool, 
skiing . . . Chris, Pat, 
Dianne . . . plans — col- 
lege and travel. 




WILLIAM 

SWEET W206 
25 Hawthorne Road 

Business 
European tour . . . busi- 
ness school . . . Chinese 
food . . . enjoys swim- 
ming, skiing, golfing . . . 
blue eyes, blond hair . . . 
friends Bob, Bill, Paul, 
Mark . . . says "Come 
on!" 

Activities: Ski club 2, 3, 4; 
Boys Club; C.Y.O. 




PHILIP G. 

TALBOT S08 
104 Myrtle Street 

Word Study 

Phil . . . likes Math, 
plans on getting a good 
job 

Activities: Working at Grover 
Cronins 





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EVELYN TAURISANO 

W207 
31 Hiawatha Ave. CH 

"Ev" . . . best friends include 
Pat, Noreen, and Cleo . . . 
likes all kinds of food. 

Activities: TBG; GAP. 



PATRICIA ELLEN TERI 

W207 
26 Milner St. CI 

Surfs and swims Lana and 
Joyce . . . brown-eyed . . . 
watches football and hockey 
games . . . plans to enter math 
field. 

Activities: German Club 3; Ski Club 
3; Latin Club 3; N. H. S. 3, 4; 
Student Council 2; Student Ex- 
change Comm. 4; Science Office. 



JOANNE TESTA W207 
15 Highland St. CI 

"Are you kidding me?" . . . 
Lynn, Cathy and Leslie . . . 
eats peanut butter . . . likes 
gym . . . plans to be a legal 



secretary 



own a boutique. 



Activities: Italian Club 2, 3; Talent 
Show 2, 3. 4, choral dr. 4; Sr. 
House 4; Folk Club 2 3. 



JOANN M TESTA W207 
1356 Trapelo Rd. Steno 

"Jo" . . . shorthand with Miss 
Hogarty . . . sewing . . . 
Sue, Sherl, Ruth . . . "Any- 
how!" 

Interests: Record Collecting; Sew- 
ing; Reading Mysteries. 





JANICE TEXEIRA W207 
75 Mokema Ave. 

Clerk-Typist 
Tiny "Tabatha" . . . does 
nutty things . . . Sue, Cathy, 
Ronnie . . . barber school 
. . . happiness. 

Activities: Senior Play; Talent 
Show; Nurse's Staff; Sr. House; 
Basketball; Volleyball. 



T. H. E. HAWK W301 

55 School St. Sports 

"Hawkeye" . . . favorite course 
bomb scares . . . watches W.H.S. 
teams with friends the Cheer- 
leaders . . . although fluffy in 
appearance, he loves tiger meat 
. . . hopes to sponsor more win- 
ning teams in new high school 
. . . "GO TEAM". 




CHRISTINE THAMBASH 

W207 
9 Chester Lane CI 

"Thumper" . . . friends Char- 
lene, Mary, Betty . . . enjoys 
math . . . plans college . . . 
elementary education major. 

Activities: F.T.A. 4; Yearbook 
Business Staff 4; J. A. 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 



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HELEN THEOS W207 
162 Church St. CI 

Friends, Pat, Sam, Mary Mike 
. ' . loves lettuce and mayon- 
naise sandwiches and trouble. • 

Activities: French Club 2, 3; Span- 
ish Club 3, 4; Folk Song Club 
2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
Talent Show 3, 4; FTA 2, 3; 
Jt/Sr Prom Committee 3, 4; J. A. 3- 
Interests: guitar playing; singing; 
creative writing . . . 



ELLEN THIDEMAN W207 
96 Bacon St. CI 

P.O.D. with Mr. French rates 
. . . loves drawing, football 
games, skiing, Ann, Judy, Becky 
. . . plans teaching. 

Activities: Folk Song Club, 2, 3; 
FTA 4; Ski Club 4; German Club 
2, 3; Reflector Staff 3. 4; Home- 
room rep 3; Talent Shew 2, 3, 4; 
J.A. 3. 



CHERYL THOMPSON W207 


MARY ELLEN 


52 Clematis Ave. 5/ewo 


TIERNEY Will 


Sherry . . . shorthand . . . 


15 Lyman St. CI 


sewing . . . Eddy, Kathy, Ed, 


Brown hair, brown eyed . . . 


Marcia ... "I don't care!" 


cough drops are the perfect 




food . . . friends Connie and 




Eileen . . . enjoys German and 




Speech. 



Activities: German Club 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Sen- 
ior Play; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Oratory 
2. 






THOMAS TIERNEY W207 
21 Parmenter Rd. Cll 

"Big T" . . . yells "Call right 
now!" to Zuke and Doug . . . 
enjoys English with the coach 
. . . sports enthusiast 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Foot- 
ball Manager 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
Manager 2, 3; Basketball Team 4; 
Sports Editor Yearbook 4. 



MICHAEL TOMAO W207 
14 Hamilton Rd. Cll 

Mike watches the Boob tube in 
A.V. . . . friends, Mike and 
Paul . . . 



ELIZABETH TOOHIL W207 
836 Trapelo Rd. CI 

"Bettv" . . . craves for steak 
. . . "Zippy Cool!" . . . plans 
to be home-ec. 'eacher. 



Activities: Rifle Club 2; 
Club 3; A. V. 2, 3, 4. 



Chem 



FRANK TORTALANO W207 
12 Mountain Rd. Cll 

"Tort" enjoys POD with Mr<. 
Roby . . . friends Hank. Wayne 
and Larry . . . forsees art work 
in future. 

Activities: Editor Reflector 4; Ski 
Club J, 4; Drama Club; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Senior Play; J.A. ?. 



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KATHLEEN 

TOY W207 
41 Washington Ave. 

Business 

"SAM" . . . enjoys senior 
English . . . sewing . . . 
friends Annie, Cheryl, 
Lauria . . . fried clams 
football games . . . mar- 
riage in August, says 
"Sorry about that" . . . 

Interests: sewing and swim- 
ming. 




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PETER 

TROMBLEY W207 
36 Summit Street C2 
"Twiter" . . . English 
with Mr. Collins . . . 
friends Mike, Bruce, Vick 
... hot dogs . . . future 
plans for college. 



Activities: 
hockey 



Basketball and 



RONNIE 

TROWBRIDGE 

W207 
9 Nottingham Street C2 

"Ronnie" . . . enjoys 
Physics . . . friends Gary, 
Larry, Pete, Jimmy, Grace 
Paula . . . plans for 
Marine Corps career . . . 

Interests: swimming skiing, 
boating, eating. 



KATHLEEN 

VAIL W209 
5 Barton Street 

Clerk-Typist 

Enjoys spaghetti . . . 
friends Mary Ann and 
Elaine . . . likes Mrs. 
MacCleary's English 

class. 

Activities: Drum majorette 2, 
3; Red Cross 3, 4; Talent 
Show Comm. 2, 4; Chorus 
2; Junior Achievement 3, 4; 
Office staff 2, 3; Home- 
room Rep. 2. 





JEANNE TROMBLEY 

W207 
46-c Prospect Hill Rd. 
CI 

"Scoop" . . . eating . . . 
English with Mr. "P" 
. . . friends Connie, 
Marcia, Paula, Jane, The 
Shillings . . . enjoys 
pickles and milk, peanut 
butter & jelly sandwiches 
. . . going to the Surf, 
future plans to be a 
teacher says "Are you 
serious?" 

Activities: Pep squad 2; Jun- 
ior Achievement 3; Home- 
room Representative 4; Red 
Cross Rep 3; Talent Show 
4. 



CHARLES 

TROWBRIDGE 
9 Nottingham Street 

Auto Mechanics 

Seen with Paula . . . 
many friends . . . en- ' 
joys Italian food, swim- 
ming . . . theory class 
. . . plans work as auto 
mechanic. 

Activities: Class Represent- 
ative, Reflector Staff. 



FRANCIS 

UMBRELLO 13-15 

120 Stow Street 

Carpentry 

Buddies "Kaz", Fett, 
Chip, Webb . . . hobby, 
football . . . considers 
self wolfman . . . car- 
penter . . . Service in 
the future. 



PATRICIA 

VALLELY 20 
25 Cabot Street Dist. Ed. 

Pat . . . enjoys skating, 
swimming and dancing 
. . . collects old records 
. . . IBM school . . . 
"Oakee Doke!" 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 4. 



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LAWRENCE 

VANARIA W207 
210 Main Street Cl 

Larry . . . budding artist 
. . . likes spaghetti and 
meatballs . . . hopes to 
be a baseball player . . . 
friends John, Ronny, 
Frank, Dave . . . says 
"For cryin' out loud!" 
. . . plans college . . . 
enjoys swimming, skat- 
ing, tennis, football. 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
"W" club 4; Church Choir; 
Lector at Sunday Masses. 



KENNETH 

VASSELIN W207 
150 School St. Business 
"Vas" . . . favorite food 
— hamburg and gravy 
. . . "Ya, we believe 
you too!" . . .plans to 
enter Air Force ... en- 
joys swimming and hunt- 
ing 

Activities: Rifle Club 






JOHN 

VIVEIROS W209 
116 Prospect St. Cl 

Enjoys water skiing . . . 
plans to attend college 
. . . ambition is to be 
successful. 

Activities: Track 2; Chem 
club 3; Yearbook 4; Pola- 
roid Explorer Club 4. 



CAROLYN 

WADMAN W209 
26 ChesterBrook Road 

C2 

Likes Chinese' food . . . 
friends Pat, Linda and 
Deanne . . . enjoys danc- 
ing 




HENRY 

VANNASSE W209 
670 Trapelo Road C2 

"Hank" . . . says "Not 
half bad" to Frank, Vick 
and Dave . . . enjoys 
Mrs. Roby's P.O.D. class 
. . . friends "Uncle" 
Dave, Frank . . . enjoys 
subs . . . plans for Mass. 
Bay College . . . inter- 
ested in sport cars. 



DOMENIC 

VISCIONE W209 
153 Sheffield Road Cl 

"Vish" . . . W Club 
president . . . everyone's 
friend . . . ambition — 
to be respected by his fel- 
lowmen. 

Activities: Football team 3, 
4; JV Basketball 2, 3; Track 
4; Pres. of W Club 4; Home 
Room Rep 4; Talent show 
4; Teen Canteen Council 4: 



WALTER 

VROOM 1 1 
18 Berkley Street 

Machine 
"Wally," as his friends 
know him, enjoys Math 
and history classes . . . 
guns . . . after gradu- 
ation the air force 



DAVID WALAZEK 10 
17 Fern Street Drafting 

"Wally" likes drafting 
. . . baked macaroni, 
baseball . . . plans to 
marry Sandy . . . ambi- 
tion draftsman . . . says 
"Right!" 

Activities: Student Govern- 
ment Day Delegate. 



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CLEOPHAS WALKER 

W209 
35 Dartmouth Street C2 

"Kiki" . . . friends, Pat, 
Evelyn and Debbie . . . 
likes steak and subs . . . 
plans to be a hairdresser 



BETHEL WALSH 

W209 
1142 Trapelo Rd. CI 

Mrs. Johnson's English 
class . . . Irene Lucille, 
Mary Ellen and Connie 
. . . nursing school 

Activities: German Club 3; 
Latin Club 3. 



GORDON A. 

WARD, JR. W07 
29 Brown Street 

Business 

"Muscles" . . . collects 
coins . . . "Cut it out, 
will ya?" . . . plans to 
attend business school. 
Enjoys baseball, swim- 
ming, skating, and ski- 
ing. 



ROYAL WARREN 

W209 
30 Dorchester Street C2 

"Roy" . . . plays guitar 
with Dave, Henry, Jim 
. . . plans attending art 
school . . • ambition — 
successful future. 

Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, 
4; most valuable shooter 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 



PAMELA WALL 

W209 
22 Willow Street 



C2 



"Pam" says "Oh stop 
it" to Ann, Judy and 
Becky . . . likes turkey 
dinners . . . plans to at- 
tend college . . . enjoys 
skiing, dancing, surfing, 
outdoor sports, horseback 
riding. 

Activities: Talent show 3, 4; 
Student-Teacher Faculty 
Game 3. 




W. GARY WALSH 

W209 
42 Arcadia Avenue C2 

Gary enjoys business law 
. . . friends Billy, Mike, 
Sherm. Says "Oh well, 
what can you do?" 



Interests: 
pool. 



horseback riding, 




MICHAEL WARREN 

W209 
30 Dorchester Street 



C2 

"Mike" . . . friends are 
Dave, Henry and Wins- 
low . . . likes steak 
. . . enjoys chemistry. 

Activities: Rifle Team 3 
years, capt., W Club mem- 
ber. 




RICHARD WEBB 13 
14 Pond End Lane 

Carpentry 

Says "You ought to be 
shot" . . . friends Don, 
Gordy . . . likes skin 
diving, hunting. 




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WILLIAM 

WELCH, JR. W209 
15A Dermody Rd. 

Business 
"Bill" . . . likes gym 
. . . Ron, Dave and John 
. . . water skiing . . . 
"Great" . . . plans to go 
into electronics . . . am- 
bition — to have a million 
dollars. 



GORDON 

WELLMAN 13 
1490 Trapelo Road 

Carpentry 

"Chip" . . . American 
History rates . . . likes 
football with Don, Dick, 
Kaz . . . plans to enter 
Army. 

Activities: Student Govern- 
ment Exchange 3, 4; Safety 
committee 2, 3, 4. 



KENNETH 

WENTWORTH 15 
265 Rabbins Street 

Auto Mechanic 

Friends — John, Jerry, 
Willy . . . likes lobster, 
History class . . . plays 
pool . . . plans to work 
. . . ambition — dragster 
driver. 



BRUCE 

WHEELER W209 
17 Chester Lane CII 

"Juicy" . . . enjoys cook- 
ing . . . friends are Steve, 
Ron and Don . . . "Let's 
go" . . . ambition — mis- 
sion brother. 

Activities: Debate timer 2; 
chemistry club 3; homeroom 
alternate 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior prom 
Committee 4; CYO 



MARTHA 

WELLINGTON 

W209 
40 Clements Road 

Honors 
"Marty" . . . green eyes, 
brown hair . . . likes to 
cook . . . Latin and 
chemistry . . . school 
sport events . . . college 
likes lasagna and pizza 

Activities: Ski club 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 2; Mr. Morang's 
office 3, 4; F.O.R.U.N. 3; 
"This Week at WHS" re- 
porter 3, 4 and co-editor 4; 
Talent show 4; NH Society 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 4; Ar- 
chery 3. 



FREDERICK 

WENTWORTH 11 
21 Amherst Ave. 

Machinist 

"Fred" . . . likes gym 
and guitar . . . friends, 
Steve, Dick and Jim . . . 
future — machinist. 



GAIL WHALEN W209 
14 Rabbins Street CII 

Enjoys Miss Czarnowski's 
English class . . . friends, 
Diana, Carol and Noreen 
. . . says "Don't do that" 
. . . likes turkey subs 
. . . plans to go to nurs- 
ing school. 

Activities: Talent show 4; 
Class representative. 



STEPHEN 

WITHAM 1 1 
22 Orchard Avenue 

Machine 
"Steve" . . . Friends: 
Bob, Ronnie and Tom 
. . . likes shooting . . . 
will go on to school. 






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ELAINE WOLFE W209 
24 Hersum Way CI 

"Lainey" . . . friends Joyce and Elaine . . . 
enjoys Mrs. Johnson's English Class . . . 
"Great Guns", plans to attend Parsons Col- 
lege and teach High School English . . . 
likes Mom's Roast Beef. 

Activities: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Working in Mr. Hood's 
office 2, 3, 4; C.C.D. 2, 3, 4. 



GARY WOODWORTH 
13 Walnut Street Auto Mechanics 

"Woody" . . . likes surfing . . . plans — 
Air Force . . . ambition — travel . . . says 
"Surf's up!" 

Activities: Y.M.C.A.: Classic T-Bird Club. 



PETER WRIGHT 14 

306 Lexington Street Printing 

"Pete" . . . likes science and music . . . 
"You tell me, and we'll both know" . . . 
likes steak . . . future linotyper. 



PATRICIA WRYE W209 

12 Waverly Street Steno 

"Pat" . . . English with Mrs. Bowman . . . 
"Hi friend!" . . . likes tacos and pizza . . . 
enjoys bowling. 

Interests: water skiing and ice skating. 





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PETER 

YETTEN 

W209 
25 Central Street 

CI 
"Yetta" . . . friends 
— Marty, Slash and 
Juva . . . enjoys 
Earth Science with 
Mr. O'Brien . . . 
plans college . . . 
ambition teaching 
and coaching. 

Activities: Football 4; 
Hockey 4; Baseball 3, 
4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Senior Play 4; W Club. 



FRANCINE 
YORSTON W211 
147 Charles Street 
CII 
"Frani" . . . likes 
Pizza . . . friends 
are Lorraine, Kathy 
and Roni . . . en- 
joys Chemistry and 
English . . . plans 
to be a hairdresser. 

Activities: Pep Squad 
2, 3. 






JANE YURKUS W209 
140 Circle Drive CII 

Likes banana sandwiches 
. . . friends Betty, Linda, 
and Jeannie . . . ambition 
— see the world 



M. ELIZABETH 
ZUKATYNSKI 
W209 

219 Smith Street 



CI 



"Betsy" . . . likes to 
cook and paint . . . 
"German ist wunderbar" 
. . . airline stewardess 
. . . likes Italian food. 

Activities: German Club 4. 



MICHAEL ZAKUR 

W209 
36 Bowdoin Avenue CII 

"Mike" . . . friends 
Wayne, Marty and Bob- 
by .. . "No matter where 
you go, there you are!". 



Activities: Chemistry 
Asst; Chemistry Club. 



Lab 



VIVIAN 

ZWEIG W2U 
31 Alderwood Road CI 
"Viv" . . . likes to ski 
and sew . . . friends are 
Margie, Pat and Nancy 
. . . "What's cooking?" 
plans college . . . ambi- 
tion — physical therapy. 

Activities: National Honor 
Society 3, 4; German Club 
2, 3. 4; French Club 2, 3. 4; 
Pres. 4; Vice-Pres. 3; Library 
Council 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; 
CYO 2, 3; Pep Squad 2. 
3; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; 
Archery 3; Talent Show 4; 
Class Will Comm. 4; School 
Newspaper 4. 





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STEPHEN ANDREWS 

W105 
33 Curve Street College I 

Likes to eat steak . . . "You 
don't say!" . . . college or 
air force in the future. 

Interests: Skiing; Golf. 



RONALD BELIDA W04 
91 Harland Road College 1 
"Don" . . . fried foods and 
pizza . . .. likes earth science 
. . . career in engineering. 

Activities: Chess Club. 



MICHAEL CAREY Wu8 
61 Bedford Street College II 
"Buddy" . . . friends Mike 
and John . . . "Is that right!" 
. . . ambition — to be rich. 

Activities: H. R. Representative. 



Linda and Cathie . . . plans 
to be a Hairdresser. 

Interests: Cooking; Sewing. 



RONALD ARSENAULT 
D002 



"The Whip" 
nana splits . 
Bob and Al . 
ing. 



. . likes ba- 
friends Tom, 
enjoys sleep- 



DAVID BENTLEY W04 

153 Plymeton Street 

College II 

"Dave" . . . likes to bowl 
and swim . . . Paul, "Zog", 
Len . . . will go into the 
service. 



JAMES CARNEY W08 
133 Seminole Avenue 

Accounting 

"Jim" . . . hockey . . . Al, 
Dave, Bob . . . "How about 
that?!" . . . aeronautical me- 
chanic. 

Interests: Skiing; Hockey. 



ARMAND CASALE W06 
67 Hibicus Avenue College II 

"Ace" . . . turkey dinners 
. . . George, Mike, Dave . . . 
commercial artist. 

Interests: Traveling; Writing songs; 
Reading. 



ROGER AUCOIN 20 

26 Derby Street Dist. Ed. 

An active member of D.E.C.A. 
. . . Mickey and Cookie . . . 
cars ... air force. 

Interests: Hockey; Water Skiing. 



FREDERICK BOSSMAN 

W06 
203 Browm Street College II 

"Muscles" . . . likes to swim 
and fish . . . ambition — to 
own a construction company. 

Interests: Football; Track; Hunting. 



JOHN CARNEY W06 

5 High Rock Circle College II 

Likes economics . . . any 

kind of food . . . tireless 

walker . . . plans to enter the 
service. 



MAUREEN CASEY W02 
119 Westgate Road Business 
"Mae" . . . looks forward to 
her lunch . . . Noreen, Mar- 
gie, Nina . . . secretary. 



DAVID BABB W03 
"Yogi" . . . likes any kind 
of food . . . Jim, Mike and 
Steve . . . will enter the navy. 

Interests: Hockey; Golf. 



RONALD BOULEY D001 
404 Lindon Street Work Study 

"Boots" . . . parties are his 
favorite activity . . . will en- 
ter the service. 



MICHELLE CARUSO 

W07 
7 Wayne Avenue College II 
"Micki" . . . enjoys Latin 
American History . . . Ruthie, 
Sue and Shirley . . . "O.K., 
Sugar" ambition — to see the 
world as an airline stewardess. 

Activities: Library Council. 



GARY CHAMBERLAIN 24 
112 Sibley Road Electronics 
"You're all played out!" . . . 
enjoys working with Hi-Fi 
systems . . . travel 

Interests: Hockey. 



DONNA BASSAKIDES 

W04 
39 Midland Drive Steno 

Blond hair, blue eyes . . . 
skiing, swimming . . . Pat, 
Marge, Ruth . . . will attend 
art school . . . wants to travel. 

Activities: French Club 2, 3; Art 
Staff 3; Basketball 2; Bowling 2, 
3; 



ROBERT BURKES W04 
37 Clarke Lane College I 

"Bob" . . . likes roast beef 
. Linear Algebra with Mr. 
Lynch . . . ambition — com- 
mercial airline pilot. 

Interests: Tennis; Archery. 



SANDRA CARUSO W09 
15 Hillcroft Road Business 

"Sandy" . . . Chinese food 
. . . best friends are Donna, 



RICHARD COLEMAN 

W08 
19 Porter Road College II 

"Dickie" . . . thinks art and 
math are great . . . friends 
Rusty and the rest of the gang 
. . . would like to have a na- 
tional hit. 

Activities: Art Club 



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RICHARD COLLINS W101 
91 Ellison Park College II 

"Ricky" . . . intramural bas- 
ketball player . . . likes U.S. 
History . . . science fiction 
books. 

Activities: Intramural Basketball 
2, 3; C.Y.O. 2. 3, 4. 



. . . future in U.S.A. F. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3; Ger- 
man Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. 



WILLIAM HUBER W108 
16 Plant Road General 

"Billy" . . . hobby is cars 

. . . likes spaghetti . . . 

best friends axe Tom, Paul 
and Charlie. 



CHARLES MANTENUTO 

15 
72 Kendall Park Auto Mech. 

"Charlie" . . . cars rate . . . 

"Is that right!" . . . buddies 

Ray, Bob and Steve . . . likes 
gym and shop. 



ROBERT COOK 20 

36 Beech Street Dis. Ed. 

"Cookie" . . . pizza and clams 
. . . friends Mickey, Roger 
and Russ . . . ambition — to 
be rich. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 



WILLIAM EDMUNDS 

W103 
18 Townsend Street 

College II 

"Bill" . . . enjoys the W.H.S. 
cafeteria . . . likes shooting 
pool . . . hopes to enter the 
service after graduation. 



PHYLLIS LEMIEUX WHO 
59 Guimun Street College II 

"Phyl" likes to dance . . . 
"I beg your pudden" . . . 
Elaine, Moe and Joanne . . . 
plans to go to modeling 
school. 



MICHAEL McC ABE Will 
25 Tauern Road College II 

Likes English with Mr. Col- 
lins . . . friends Billy, Bob 
and Dave . . . works on cars. 



JOHN D' ANTONIO SOU 
31 Brown Street Work Ex. 

"Dino" . . . yells "Can't 
win them all" . . . enjoys law 
. . . plans to be a welder. 



RICHARD FARRELL 

W103 
78 Goldercrest Avenue 

College II 

"Dick" . . . enjoys eating 
steak . . . Mike, Dave and 
Steve . . . likes good music 
. . . "Success is failure turned 
inside out." . . . broadcasting 
school. 



george leonard 
who 

15 Shanin Street 

"Larry Mondello" . . . friends 
Billy, Dave and Ray . . . 
hamburg and gravy . . . likes 
to play pool . . . ambition — 
to be President. 



STEVE McIVER Will 
74 Pine Hill Circle 

College II 

Ma's English Class a favorite 
. . . Chucky Biff and Bill 
. . . works on cars . . . 
"Get off it!" . . . plans to 
attend East Coast Aero Tech. 



FRANCIS DOORAKIAN 

W103 
32 Dix Street College II 

"Fran" . . . star tennis player 
. . . friends Niko and Nancy 
... a future teacher. 

Activities: Tennis; Baseball; Bas- 
ketball; "W Club. 



EUGENE FLINN 15 

22H Harser Road Auto Mech. 

"Gene" . . . likes History 
class, sports, dancing . . . 
plays summer sports . . . will 
work in a trade. 



JOSEPH MacDONALD 

WHO 
200 Trapelo Road College II 

"Joe" . . . Math and art 
. . . likes custard pie . . . 
would like to become an artist. 



Interests: 
Cars. 



Shooting Pool; Art; 



KENNETH MOORES 

W112 
79 Hardy Pond Road 

College II 

"Ken" . . . likes his math 

course . . . friends are Fred 

and Tom . . . plans to enter 
the service. 

Interests: Cars; Racing. 



WILLIAM DUCEY W103 
697 Lincoln Street College II 

"Little Deuce" . . . likes ski- 
ing .. . John, Len, Bobbie 



DAVID HIRE S08 

39 Prospect Street Work Ex. 

Enjoys fixing cars and bowl- 
ing . . . plans to enter the 
service . . . would like to live 
in Maine. 



ELAINE MALDE WHO 
35 Maple Street College II 
Like P.O.D. and reading . . . 
transfer from Lakeland High 
in New Jersey . . . friends 
Chris and Hariette 



DEREK MORGAN 24 

56 Oak Street Electronics 

Will disassemble anything . . 
will eat anything . . . best 
friends are John and Paul. 



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KARYN MOSELEY Wl 1 2 
29 Tip Top Terrace 

College Prep. 

Likes P.O.D. . . . hobbies 
include art and" sewing . . . 
tennis player . . . would like 
to go to law school. 

Activities: Art Club 3; French 
Club 1; Drama Club 3; 



JOHN PATTERSON 24 
105 Bacon Street Electronics 

"Jack", . . . likes history . . . 
"Time will pass, will you?" 
. . . friends Dick, Charlie 
and Derek . . . wants to fly 
to the moon. 



Norman enjoys boating . . . 
likes to chow-mein . . . 
plans to be a sales manager. 



Marilyn, Donna and Doreen 
. . . says "Oh, for Pete's 
sake!" . . . would like to 
be a riding instructor. 



DONALD NIX W107 
155 Myrtle Street College II 
"Don" . . . likes cafeteria 
food . . . friends Roger, 
Reggie and George . . . will 
enter the service. 



CHRISTINE PAVONE 

W106 
11 Miriam Road College I 

'Chris" . . . long-haired raga- 
muffin . . . likes peanut but- 
ter .. . individualist. 



BRIAN ROCHATKA 

W211 
20 Mountview Avenue 

College I 

Hobbies include scuba diving 
and chess . . . interested in 
physics . . . would like to re- 
ceive a doctorate. 

Activities: J. A., Pres. 3; .Chess 
Club 3, 4, Pres.; Dramatic Club 
4, Treas.; Senior Play. 



BOBBY SMITH W206 
168 Hammond Street 

"Bob" . . 
"surf's up 
food. 



enjoys track . . . 
. . . likes Italian 



Interests: Surfing; Pool. 



DAVID NOKE W107. 

75 Hillcrest Street College I 

"Nokey" . . . eagerly awaits 
lunch . . . future plans in- 
clude the U. of Mass. 

Interests: Sports; Pop Music; Mo- 
torcycles. 



ROBERT O'BRIEN W106 
115 Park View Road 

College I 

"Obie" . . . favorite course 
is English with Miss Beaulne 
. . . friends Jack and Bumb 
. . . sailing, traveling . . . 
ambition — to go into aviation 
industry. 

Activities: Cross Country; Track. 



FRANK RICHARD 15 

3 Noonan Street Auto Meek. 

Likes history . . . friends 
Kenneth, Bob and Ray . . . 
likes pizza . . . plays pool. 



LAURIE RICHARD W205 
3 Noonan Street College II 

"Larry" . . . likes to paint 

and play nockey . . . friends 

Lloyd and Claude . . . plans 
to join the Navy. 



JOSEPH ROBICHAUD 15 
74 Bacon Street Auto Mech. 

"What's it to ya?" says "Rob" 
. . . eats steak . . . likes 
shop, swimming, gym . . . 
friends Ray, John, Bob. 



JAMES RODRIGUES 

W211 
229 Mokema Avenue 

College II 

"Chicki" . . . likes earth sci- 
ence . . . interested in motor- 
cycles and pool . . . friends 
Biff and Grimes . . . "Where 
are you, anyway?" 



RUTH SELLERS W206 

22 D wight Business 

"Ruthie" . . . likes English 
with Mrs. MacClary ... al- 
ways laughing . . . "Would 
you believe?" . . . plans to 
enter I.B.M. school. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2; French 
Club 2; Nurse's Office 4; 



RONALD SMITH W206 
37 Shore Road College Prep. 

"Smitty" . . . likes math . . . 
interested in cars . . . friends 
Bob, Jim nad Elton . . . 
"Indegd! Hardly possible." 
. . . will attend Mass. Trade. 



DANIEL M. WALSH SOU 
1142 Trapelo Road 

Work-Experience 

"Danny" . . . says "Be food, 
keep the faith" . . . friends 
Eddie, Ronnie and Tommie 
. . . enjoys photography . . . 
plans to be an industrial 
photographer. 



JAMES PANTANELLA 

W106 
48 Gregory Street College II 

"Jym" . . . likes English 
with Mrs. Johnson ... in- 
terested in bowling . . . 
ambition — to be a hotel man- 
ager. 



NORMAN RICHARD 
D002 

28 Moore Street 



JUDITH SLOET W205 
745 South Street Business 
"Judy" . . . interested in 
horseback riding . . . friends 



TOM WOOD W209 

141 Brown Street College 1 

"Tom" . . . likes to sleep 
. . collects coins and 
stamps . . . ambition— to be 
rich . . . will enter the Armed 
Forces. 

Interests: Records; Sports; His- 
tory: Electronics. 



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rfbl 



Senior Play 



"Arsenic 



And 



Old Lace" 



Directed by 



Robert Eagle 



The Waltham High Band under the direction of Mr. Herbert J. 
Philpott will play the overture and entr'a cles. 

Greetings Robert Nardone, President Class of 1967 

Remarks Mr. William J. Gallagher, Headmaster 

Cast 

(In order of appearance) 

Abby Brewster Susan Boynton 

The Rev. Dr. Harper Jeffrey Flanders 

Teddy Brewster Peter Lillis 

Officer Brophy Edmund Tarallo 

Officer Klein Mark Berberian 

Martha Brewiler Leslie Cybulski 

Elaine Harper Carol MacKay 

Mortimer Brewster Robert Howard 

Mr. Cibbs Clifford Ktlgglm 

Mortimer Brewster Robert Howard 

Dr. Einstein William Huhlcr 

Mr. Hoskins Robert Baker 

Mr. Spenalzo Francis Casclla 

Officer O'Hara Frank Torlolano 

Lieutenant Rooney Frank Gracia 

Mr. Wilherspoon Mark Strum 

Understudy for girls' roles Constance McEIro) • 

"Arsenic and Old Lace" is produced by special arrangement with 
Dramatists Play Service, Inc. 



Wayne Salpielro 



ASSISTANTS TO THE DIRECTOR 

Hanitra Andriamanantina 

Mike Zakur, Business Manager 
Susan Swanson, Secretary 

ADVERTISEMENTS William Berry, Chairman 

Bobby Baker Norm Rhodes 

Jack Fields 

POSTERS Frank Tortolano, Chairman 
Judy Chaisson 
Bill Goran 
Marty Cucrdon 
Frank Cracia 

REFRESHMENTS John Cappadona, Cliairman 
Carol Busa 

Cathy Lazaro 



Susan Perna 



TICKETS 



USHERETTES 



Ronnie Boisseau 
Susan Boynton 
Lillian Campobasso 

Donna Cericola 
Judy Chaisson 
Barbara Everett 



STACE MANAGER Wayne Salpietro 

( OSTUMES Patty Pace, Chairman 
Dianne Carty 
Lynda Cox 

LIGHTING Carmen Morreale, Chairman 
Richard McKcnzie 

MAKEUP DlANNA DeHAAS, Chairman 
Lynn MacDonald 



PROMPTERS 

PROPERTIES 
SOUND EFFli I- 

SCENF.KV 



Leslie Mason 
Connie McElroy 
Karen Bovclcy 
Mike Tomao 
Peggy Phillips 



Steve Hcrrick 
Peggy Phillips 
Mary Ann Salamone 



Mary Ann Russo 
Pamela Ross 



Peggy Garrigan 
David LaHaisc 
Sue Swanson 

Cheryl LaCrossc 
Donna Rybcrg 



Linda Domings 
Jane Morse 



Harry Sncider 

Kathy Ryan 
Janice Tcxcira 

Ellen Ticrney 

Bobby Baker 



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. . . 1967 Talent Show 





Would you believe? 



Executive Committee with the advisor, Mr. Regan. 





Last minute touches 



Teachers protest 



106 



. . . Reflections In Time 




A Kid Again 




The time is now! 




Judy Ansara 




Could she, could she coo! 




Flapparette 




Colonel Bohey Kick Line 



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Clas 





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Hanitra receiving a school ring 



108 








1967 Mirror dedication 



NANCY McGUIRE 
Mistress of Ceremonies 



ROBERT NARDONE 
Class President 



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1967 Class History 



"Bid Your Wake, and Rise 
(WALTER 

Life is a constant process of learning, of being exposed 
to new ideas, and different ways of living. 

Our teachers at Waltham High, during our three years 
here, have helped expand our worlds by encouraging us to 
always strive for the ultimate, to do as much as possible, 
and to learn as much as possible. 

When we first entered Waltham High as wide-eyed sopho- 
mores in September 1964, we were a packet of assorted 
superstitions. Foremost was the belief (which as seniors we 
might tend to resurrect) that upperclassmen are infallible 
superbeings whom puny sophomores serve with a willing 
smile — or else ! 

This fancy did not last long, however, when we found in 
the first WHS Students Manual that upperclassmen were 
bound by the same rules as we were. Not to be foiled by 
the little red-covered book of do's and don't's, we began 
developing the intricate art of twisting rules around to 
exploit what they didn't actually forbid. We have since 
developed our art of ambiguity to a highly refined skill. We 
would like to thank the creators of this little volume of 
School Committee Thought for encouraging so many students 
to go on to law, who would never otherwise have dis- 
covered the great potential for debating within them. 

Election Year 1964 — and we managed to make our opin- 
ions heard. Honors English student Karen Aykanian, the 
first member of the class of '67 to appear in print, wrote 
a parody of the Johnson-Goldwater Battle. The tongue-in- 
cheek article so concisely summed up the issues, that the 
News-Tribune published it Election Week. 

Along with the computer-programing department, we 
shared the growing pains of the computerized scheduling 
system. This system, which was used for the first time to 
schedule our class, reduced each member of our 670- 
student-group from a living, breathing, boisterous kid, into 
a perforated beige, computer-dam card ... do not bend, 
spindle, fold, or mutilate. 

After ridding the system of a few flaws, such as the 
computer's obstinate tendency to give all A's to everyone, 
the school has used the computer for everything from 
grading to absentee records and more than doubled our 
efficiency in those complicated fields. 

Both intellectually and athletically the Class of 1967 
has left a mark on Waltham High. Not only does our class 
have the first three-year cheerleaders, Janet Beran and 
Carolyn Brophy, ever, to cheer the teams on to victory, but 
the first tennis team at Waltham High was organized, thanks 
to the support of our class, under the leadership of Math 
Teacher and would-be folk singer Tom Foley. 

Not only did the team bounce its way to an undefeated 
season in the Suburban Interscholastic League, but classmate 
Fran. Doorakian went to the fourth round in the state 

tournament. 

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to Fight and Win ..." 
M ALONE) 

For quite a while during our sophomore year, we all 
tended to think of ourselves as Young James Bonds, living 
lives of suspense and danger. Soon we were reacting like 
nonchalant old pros to the bomb scares that came the 
average of three-a-day. While axe-carrying, helmeted police- 
men searched the lockers and dingy corners for that ominous 
tick, we very casually chatted in little groups of three and 
four. Leaning against the wall, we shooed our worldly 
defiance of any bomb, and our contempt for fear in the very 
face of danger! Ah Brave Youth! 

Returning as Juniors in September 1966, we shed all 
timidity in the face of authority and swaggered freely around 
school with all the brashness of the full-fledged upper- 
classman. From September to February vague references 
to acqueducts, togas, and gowns, and whispers of "Will 
I go or won't I? It's only six months away!" underscored 
the biggest topic of the year . . . "Roman Holiday," our 
Junior Prom, under the direction of Chairman David LaHaise. 
Held in the high school cafeteria, the prom was a magical 
evening of dancing under Roman arches and lingering by 
Roman gardens; an evening that no one will ever forget, 
especially, Debbie McCullough, Prom Queen. And when the 
school held it's first Homecoming Queen contest at the 
Thanksgiving Day Football Game (which we won), we 
were all very proud when Janice Texeira was chosen Junior 
Attendant. 

1966 was an exciting year of discovery. Mary Scheier, liv- 
ing with an Indian family in Madras, India, as an American 
Field Service Exchange Student, made many lasting friend- 
ships while learning to live as an Indian in a totally dif- 
ferent, but very beautiful, country. 

The Class of 1967 has always had its share of fame in 
the literary field. Our Junior Class received four first 
prizes in the annual Kingsbury Temperance Essay Contest, 
the awards going to Charlene Malloy, who was also city- 
wide winner, Lucille Bouchard, Nancy Rando, and William 
DeRusha. 

That same year Nancy Rando was also named city- 
wide winner in WCRB's radio editorial contest, "Integrated 
Housing: Whose Responsibility?" And, underlining the im- 
portance of scholastic achievement, Mary Scheier was elected 
President of the Eastern Massachusetts Association of Na- 
tional Honor Society Chapters. 

Under the direction of our Junior Class officers, (Presi- 
dent, James Colantropo, Vice-President Joe Cacciatore, 
Secretary Karen O'Toole and Treasurer Barbara Everett), we 
tried our best to make Mr. William Gallagher's last full 
year as principal of Waltham High School a pleasant and 
successful one, in recognition of his kindness and efforts 
in behalf of the students. 

The time-honored myth that senior year is nothing but 
blissful rest is full of holes, as we found when we became 



seniors. It seems that that little story is used by desperate 
teachers in a manner similar to that of the donkey and 
the carrot. But even though we were busy, the important 
thing is that we enjoyed it. 

In a school as large as Waltham High, the only way one 
can really be "in the know" is to read the school paper. 
And we take our hats off in salute to "This Week at 
Waltham High," our school column in the News-Tribune, 
that managed to keep track of the million-and-one different 
things that go on in one week here. And for keeping the 
paper on its toes, we applaud our Co-Editors-In-Chief, Mary 
Scheier, Martha Wellington, and Nancy Rando. 

The Reflector, the student publication, printed at the 
Vocational High School, again appeared in the corridors of 
W.H.S. — thanks to editors Karen Dodge and Irene Shlager. 

Our class has been noted for its dramatic talent, al- 
though some people have been unkind enough to suggest 
that "ham" is a more appropriate term. Starting our cli- 
matic senior year off with a lethal dose, we presented the 
killing comedy, "Arsenic and Old Lace," starring Sue 
Boynton, Bob Howard, Leslie Cybulski, P. J. Lillis, and 
Brian Rochatka. People are still talking about the wonder- 
ful job that we all did. 

And just to show how varied and exciting our talent 
actually is,' we staged our March presentation of our 
annual talent show, based this year on "Reflections in Time," 
and under the direction of faculty advisor John Reagen, 
Student Director Bob Gullotti, and Student Producer Steve 
Boyd. We took the audience all the way from the 1920's, 
where they were entertained by such all time Greats as 
Rudy Valley and Baby June, to the future of 2000 a.d. 
and the ultimate in classroom — everything automated, even 
teachers! There were wayout dances, everything from the 
Charleston to the Boogaloo, all choreographed by our very 
talented Judy Ansara. And bringing out all the contrasting 
moods of the past, present and future, with music ranging 
from "Five Foot Two" to "Batman" was our band, under 
the direction of Bob Clark. 

Scholastically too we were right out front. Richard Mc- 
Kenzie bringing honor both to himself and to Waltham, was 
awarded a National Merit Scholarship. Janet Beran was 
chosen as our Daughters of the American Revolution Repre- 
sentative, and Kathy McHugh and Nancy Rando were 
selected to study in Aachen, Germany, for six weeks during 
the summer. We even have living proof that women are 
still to be found in the kitchen— Irene Shlager won the 
"Betty Crocker Future Homemakers of Tomorrow Award". 
And we even had our part-time Brandeisans. Taking courses 
at Brandeis University were Mary Scheier, who studied psy- 
chology; Gail Resnikoff, who studied Anthropology; and 
David Nevard, who studied Sociology. 

But some people were still complaining that Waltham 
wasn't quite with it. Not about to take this charge lying 
down, ambitious letter-winners, with President Dom Visione; 



and Interact, an organization dedicated to helping un- 
fortunate children in the area, under the leadership of 
President Alan Ackerman. And Waltham High School stu- 
dents were right there at the cafeteria every Saturday night 
to support our newly formed Teen Canteen, a club for 
Waltham Teen-agers. 

A new cheer was born: "Let's Go Hawks!" and the 
phrase resounded throughout Boston Garden as our talented 
basketball team reached the semi-finals in the Tech Tourna- 
ment under their captain, Joe Cacciatore. Not to be out- 
done, our hockey team, headed by Edgar Bastarache and 
Dan Pierce, also qualified for its Tournament and played 
two exciting games before it was eliminated from the com- 
petition. 

In keeping with the new role of women's equality, 
the Hawkettes have achieved a winning record in basket- 
ball, volleyball and softball through our three years at 
Waltham High. 

And who furnished the big, big sound that spurred 
our teams on to victory? — all the loyal Waltham High fans, 
singing along with our Waltham High Band. Huffing and 
puffing to prove that no school beats Waltham High in 
spirit were band members Bobby Clark, Bob Phillips, 
Paul Stempson, Terry Marshall, Harriet Johnson, and Babara 
Benson. 

And for all dieters, who conscientiously skip lunch and 
eat only ice cream, the WHS Cafeteria has switched from 
vanilla sandwiches to chocolate cones. They know how 
monotonous a diet can get! 

All of us in the class are very grateful to the Malagasy 
Republic, for loaning us smiling, friendly Hanitra Andrian- 
manantena, our American Field Service Foreign Exchange 
Student. Learning about Hanitra's world was as illuminating 
an experience for us as sharing our world with her. And we 
know that when she goes home, leaving many sad friends 
behind, Waltham will always remain a part of her, just as 
she will always remain a part of Waltham. 

And now, garduation time draws near, and we find our- 
selves on the brink of — we know not what we look back 
on three years of high school: turbulent, exciting, made 
up of problems and hopes and joys that together helped 
push us toward adulthood, a greater understanding of our- 
selves and others, a clearer idea of how important each 
one of us is, and how much we all have to contribute to 
a world that grows busier and more exciting to live in 
every day. 

Class History Committee 
Mary Scheier 
Nancy Rando 
Elaine Santangelo 
Susan Kyte 
Laura Mitchell 
Janet Black 
Karen Dodge 
Margaret Russo 
Linda Arsenault 
Derek Morgan 
(Vocational) 



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1967 Class Prophecy 



"Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Station 
WWHS is pleased and privileged to bring you the 
ceremonies of the exclusive movie premiere of "Gone 
with the Milkman". Those in the know say this is 
the finest film to come out of Waltham in the 
last fifty years. Of course, what they don't say is 
that it's the only film that has come out of Waltham 
in the last fifty years. 

"Now let's station in on our WWHS man-on- 
the-spot Bob Mooney and his assistant William Gul- 
lotti, who are at the gala opening of The Arthur 
Dahl Memorial Theatre, and here's Bob." "Okay, 
folks, the large crowd here is starting to buzz at 
this magnificent building being donated by the 
multi-billionaire Billy Baker. Its unique design, in 
the form of a globe, was created by the firm of 
prominent architects, led by Linda Cormier, Russ 
Caney and Joe Casella, and constructed under the 
auspices of Kevin Coleman and Joe Susi. The first 
limousine is pulling up and stopping in front of the 
red carpet which leads into the theatre. Stepping out 
is the brilliant producer-director of the film, Bill 
Cooney. With him is his ever-present companion, 
choreographer Bob Caisey, dancing into the theatre. 
Also in the limousine is actress blond bombshell Teri 
Marshall. Miss Marshall is wearing a slim, white 
crepe outfit covered with a fishnet silver coat. Her 
frightfully innocent attire that glitters like Venetian 
glass was designed by Christine Pavone. But I don't 
think the crowd is screaming for her. 'We want 
Zuke, we want Zuke,' shout the people. Marty Dozois 
and Ralph Erickson, retired professional football play- 
ers, are leading the crowd in this chant. Here he 
comes! Senator George "Zuke" Russo and his mus- 
cular aide, Joseph Bonica, step forth in stovepipe 
trousers and herringbone jackets. Walking close be- 
hind, carrying Zuke's coattails is his personal body- 
guard, Nancy McGuire. 

"Pulling up behind the limousine, in his Italian 
sports car, is Joe Cacciatore, coach and high-scoring 
player of the Boston Peptics. 

"The cars are being driven by attendants Robert 
O'Brien and Thomas Gledhill up a steel ramp lead- 
ing to the roof parking area. This "Round and 
Round, Up and Down" Ramp Service, under the 
supervision of Bob McGinty and Kevin McCabe, 



was invented by John Lehane, Jr. and Don Fetterhoff, 
multi-millionaires in the automobile industry. The 
top two architects in the country, Peter Falzone and 
John Chiaramaglia, were hired to design the entire 
layout, assisted by construction men Mickey Doucet, 
John Brooks and Derek Morgan. John McFarland 
christened the ramp this evening by driving driving 
his XKE up to the roof. 

"The excitement is mounting, folks. Let's take 
our WWHS cameras inside and show you the mag- 
nificent lobby of The Arthur Dahl Memorial Theatre. 
The interior decorators were Karen Bowley, Debbie 
Delano, and Carolyn Wadman. As you can see, the 
management has gone to great pains to gather some 
of the finest works of art • now on display for their 
patrons. Included are such priceless sculptures as 
Noreen Cunningham's "Purple Acorn" carved out of 
pink marble and master-pieces by John Lefort, Mar- 
cia O'Malley and Warren Storer. Bonnie Bradley and 
David Navien, renowned art collectors, have the 
responsible job of keeping the works of art neat and 
clean, keeping in mind their book Soiled Treasures 
Bring No Pleasures, written in collaboration with 
the authoress, Carolyn Brown. 

"Now we're passing attractive usherettes Leslie 
Mason, Deborah McCullough and Judy Suter. Let's 
stop and talk with one. "Hi there! Would you tell our 
national television audience what your name is and 
why you took this job?" "My name is Leslie Mason, 
and I just love dealing with all the public." 

"The refreshment stand, managed by Jane Yurkus 
and Shirley Haines, is said to be the most elaborate 
in the country. Where else can you buy plain boxes 
of popcorn for twenty-five cents or buttered pop- 
corn in boxes hand-painted by Leslie Cybulski for 
fifty cents? Upstairs in the elaborate cocktail lounge, 
mini-skirted waitresses Lucille Bouchard, Pat Caruso 
and Conna Cavicchi are being enraptured by the 
songs of popular singer, Danny Doyle, while Janice 
Texeira and Doreen Martin dance in their psychedelic 
costumes. 

"Standing near the entrance greeting the celebrities 
is the owner Bill Cavanaugh, who is discussing the 
ensuing film with Marilyn Stockwell, a Voldhoi 
ballet dancer; Bill Shinnick, a well-known playboy; 
and Eric Belliveau, a classy business tycoon. To our 



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right Gail Resnikoff is disputing Einstein's theory 
of relativity with mathematicians John Viveiros, Louis 
Karamas and Michael McCabe. What's this? It looks 
like drama critic Lana Antico, who has just lauded 
the movie "Naive Nineties". I think she's going 
to slide down the golden bannister in a paper bath- 
ing suit! BUT, no one is paying attention because 
the lights are now dimming. Ushers Winslow Jack- 
son, Dave Ingersoll and Joe Barry are trying to re- 
strain the over-anxious students of Waltham High 
School, Class of 1989, accompanied by their English 
teachers Lynda Cox and Kath Perperas and their 
history teachers Susan Perna and Mary Naughton. 
William Ducey, the newly-appointed ambassador to 
Germany, and his young Fraulein, Linda Ramburg, 
are sitting behind the romantic couple Robert Howard 
and Muriel Gagnon. Muriel, pert and pretty as ever, 
has just returned from the opening of her film, 
"The Endless Snows," in England. Al Buonomo, 
executive director of operations, has just contacted 
our cameraman, Robert Barber. 

"The orchestra, directed by Bob Phillips, is playing 
that current hit "Won't You Go Home Bill Birchler" 
written by Joanne Testa. 

"As the music fades out, the theatre becomes 
strangely quiet. The screen is lowered from the ceil- 
ing, and the seats tilt back as the viewers don their 
protective glasses and special earphones. The lights 
dim and on the screen comes the familiar roaring 
lion (actually ventriloquist Fran Archdeacon) and 
then the powerful voice of Doug McNamara: "Metro- 
Goldwyn-Manzon presents 'Gone with the Milkman' 
— the true life story of multimillionaire prospector 
Mike Fahey, a Stephen Flynn Production! 

"Mike, played by four-time Oscar winner Danny 
O'Brien, is looking for oil in Waltham, Massachu- 
setts, with his faithful Indian guide Norm Neu 
played by famous Broadway star Bill Welch. Mike 
and Norm come to the ruins of the old Waltham 
High School, filmed in breathtaking 3-D Super- 
vision color by Michael Tomao under the masterful 
direction of Sue Boynton. As they walk through the 
ruins they find an old plaque telling of former 
headmasters Steve Burke, Elton Grant and Dennis 
Clark and the first woman principal Janice Pheeney. 
Among the ruins are Pat Pratt's old locker, still in- 
tact; a rusted trophy presented to WHS checker star 
Don Priest, and an old desk bearing the names of 
Bob Stering, Steve Moy and Charlene Malloy. 

"Finally Fahey's chief miner, Bill Berry (played by 
Bob Fuller, a local boy in his first screen appear- 
ance) shouts 'Oil!' Mike is excited, since this is his 
first million. Now he can marry the boss' daughter, 
Rita Rayne, played by singing star Karen Aykanian. 



Karen sings two songs accompanied by Bill Nolan on 
the guitar and Robert Sumner on the drums. Norm is 
given a twenty percent share of the oil well, and the 
preacher, Ron Boisseau, and two witnesses, Irene 
Shlager and John Morreale are contacted. Everybody 
is happy until scientist Alan Ackerman, played by 
himself, reminds them that this is the 1980's, and 
since cars run on atomic power, oil is useless. How- 
ever, Robert Gaudette gives Mike Fagan a souvenir 
shop at the site of the ruins, and of course, they 
were soon rich. Mike later gave all the money to 
Carol Anderson and Sue Davidson's orphanage and 
becomes America's best-loved multimillionaire pro- 
spector. The happy ending fades into a blazing or- 
chestral finish. 

"Well, ladies and gentlement, the lights are com- 
ing up at the close of a truly superb production. The 
applause is deafening and now — yes, I think it's 
Louis Bartleman who is leading the crowd in a 
sitting ovation. With his is syndicated columnist 
Sandra Lovequist, who gave up her reserved seat in 
the critic's box to allow room for special corres- 
pondents Tom Tierney, Bethel Walsh and Pauline 
Dupuis. Cliff Ruggles, Record-American critic, an- 
nounced that he is giving the movie four stars. 

"Upstairs, tears are rolling down the cheeks of 
matrons Elizabeth Toohil, Patricia Wrye, and Marie 
Rochon. They were deeply moved by the stirring 
performance of the novice actor, Edgar Bastarache, 
as the janitor. At the entrance to the foyer Christine 
Thambash and Cathy Sinclair are leading a picket 
line against the importing of out-of-state actors. 

"Suddenly an authoritative voice captures every- 
one's attention. 'All right, nobody move!' What's 
this? It's John MacKenzie, the Chief of Waltham 
police with officers Mike Ditammaso and Steven 
Burke carrying death ray guns. 'Everyone in this 
theatre is under arrest. Officer Gallagher, confiscate 
that piece of corruptive film and arrest the theatre 
owner. You're all coming downtown for questioning.' 
Well, ladies and gentlemen, it seems that most of 
the WHS Class of 1967 will be reunited once more 
at the Waltham City Jail. Our cameras will pick up 
the action at the new location. See you there!" 

Class Prophecy Committee 
Nancy McGui re- 
Karen Aykanian 
David Nevard 
Carolyn Brophy 
Katherine McHugh 
Carol Arizmendi 
Lelsie Cybulski 
Linda Gillespie 
Catherine Doucette 
Leonard Keating (vocational) 



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1967 Class Will 



We, the class of 1967, being of mini-mind and nod confusion, do hereby give, devise, 
and bequeath various and sundry items to our well-known teachers and friends as fol- 
lows: 

To Mr. George E. P. Husson, Jr., our new High School Principal, a walkie-talkie to 
help Mrs. Hughes, our WHS secretary, keep up with him. 

And 

To Mr. Lloyd F. Van Arsdale, our Vocational High School Director, a sundial, con- 
structed by his boys, to measure for him and Mrs. Van the pleasant hours of his re- 
tirement. 

For our Math Commander-in-chief, Mr. Lynch, we have ordered a tombstone for 
Old Supercar. 

A remote-controlled filing cabinet, long desired, is our gift to Mrs. Dorin. 

For Mr. Foley we designate in the plans for the new building and amphitheatre class- 
room with a marble teaching platform. 

To our Boy's Gym instructors: this class subscribes to a fund-raising drive to liqui- 
date TOWEL TOLLS. 

Somehow we must devise for Mr. Bohlman a glossary of parenthetical expressions — 
somehow ! 

To Mrs. Stanton we leave a daily bulletin reader, one with a clarion voice. 

An extension cord perpetually plugged in is our remembrance for Miss Stich. 

For Mr. Eames' and Mrs. Moore's busy offices, by special arrangement with the 
Bell Telephone Company, we install an answering service — just for them. 

And to our Miss Beaulne we assign mature sophomores who won't act "junior highish". 

For the new location, now occupied by one Wiellette molecule and one McKnight 
molecule, the committee has designed to float over the top of their tower a pennant 
inscribed "The House of Chemistry". 

To mail to Mrs. Peckham, our former authority in Vergil, Cicero, and Caesar, we have 
a Latin translation of "Mother Goose". 

Provided for Miss Koledo's collection of decapitators is a stainless steel guillotine for 
her famous Tale of Two Cities demonstrations. 

To Mr. Dollard and Mr. Healey go miners' caps to guide them through the darker 
confines of the bottom floor of the main building. 

To Mr. Curry we present a new radio-active gum detector. 

As an aid to Mr. Tyner we suggest a vacuum device capable of tearing students from 
the corridor to the correct seats. 

A soundproof room for the teaching of shorthand is our surprise for Miss Mooney. 

For future class notes, Mrs. Jurmain, we donate a Hungarian Translator. 

To carry his red precis book, we present to Mr. Hood a fine green leather holster. 

A perpetual supply of coffee for those heavenly coffee breaks is our bequest to the 



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Girls' Gym offices. 

It is our design to loan to our vice-principal, Mr. Edward D. May, Jr., one splendid 
new vest of many colors, including also a pocket watch of superior quality. 

Upon Mrs. Keough, Mr. Morang's right hand, we bestow the title of "Mother of the 
1967 Senior Class." 

Mr. O'Brien, 100 shares of stock in the White Owl Invincible Cigar Co. is our tribute 
to you. 

To Miss Roberts, we tender a copy of the story of "Rapunzel" as a reminder of her 
pupil's admiration for new long blond hair. 

For Mrs. Steinberg we furnish a revised dictionary in ADEQUATE English. 

For Mr. Goodwin we have set up an A.V. Robot to show Driver Ed. films. 

We promise Mr. Vallely, in this year of wide-spread measles, that he shall have im- 
munity from the embarrassment of catchng any childhood diseases. 

His code number in French for ham radio-operator, Donald Thibault, shall henceforth 
be "Double O Sept." 

To Mrs. Feldman we leave "more ears and fewer mouths" as characteristics of 
her '68 students. 

As an adjustment to the third floor Language Lab, the committee recommends well- 
deserved penthouse offices for Mr. Merrill and Miss Betts. 

We honor Mrs. Gertrude Johnson with a student-initiated degree to be lettered 
(capital) MA. 

To Mr. French, alias Captain America, we bequeath a van to transport his elephant 
collection. 

We award a miniature hawk for her desk to our early-bird faculty member and de- 
partment head, Miss McCullough. 

To Mr. Mrugala we contribute both the brains and the brawn of the Senior Class to 
erect his own ski lodge. 

For Miss Hogarty, we shall organize the WHS Pet Club with herself as adviser and 
Greta, her German Shepherd, as mascot. 

To accommodate his Family Fan Club more comfortably, we pass a gold ignition key 
to Mr. Prohovich for a DeLuxe V.W. Bus. 

The Class of 1967 leaves its Housemaster, Mr. Morang, with all good wishes for his 
next class, which will be the first to graduate from the new Waltham High School, soon 
to rise on the beautiful wooded hillside overlooking Kennedy Memorial Junior High. 

This, our last will and testament, is given at Waltham, Massachusetts, to date the high- 
est average June temperature station, in 1967, the year of Snoopy and the Red Baron. 

Witnessed and signed and sealed by the Johnson Trio, Mrs. Esther Johnson, Mrs. 
Gertrude Johnson, and Mrs. May Johnson, AND the WHS Hawk. 

CLASS WILL COMMITTEE 

Contance McKlrou Pamela Pomeroy 

Joseph Saulnier Irene Shlager 

Martha Wellington Judy Ansara 

Vivain Zweig James Flanders 

Susan Davidson Dennis Strange (vocational) 



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fAs the 1967 graduates voted Most Likely To Succeed, we call 
Mary Scheier, James Lambros, and John Brooks: to Mary, our sea- 
soned traveler, reporter, and track manager, we present a strip of 
tickets to admit you to every imaginable success; to James, scientist 
and trackman, we award a figure symbolic of your race for ongoing 
success; and to John, our electronics expert, we provide an expanding 
antenna to help tune in on the pathway to success. 

For Charles Trowbridge, the anchor man at the Vocational High 

who has done Most For His Class, we have a well-equipped tool 

box that you may continue to help others; For Kathy Arsenault, who's 

a treasure as well as our class treasurer, we have had constructed an 

armored car to protect our dough. As a reminder of his talent for 

doing things for the Class, we leave Bob Nardone this eager beaver. 

We hereby decorate Pam Ross, our Homecoming Queen and Class Day Queen, with the Order of 

the Best Looking Girl. For Martin Dozois, our Best Looking Man, we have a supply of Ozone Hair 

spray, a famous brand, to keep every handsome lock in place. 

To P. J. Lillis, alias Teddy Roosevelt, and WHS Personality Plus, we leave a golden bugle so he 
may continue to blow his own horn. For her smiling Personality Plus, we add, for Karen O'Toole, a 
giant tube of Plus White toothpaste. 





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Superlatives 



To honor Janet Beran, David LaHiase and Ronald Crane, our 
Most Respected Classmates, our Class President, Robert Nardone, 
will present their Medals of Honor. 

To Judi Ansara, the Most Talented Girl, we give, in recognition 
of her many hours as choreographer, Two Left Feet for her 
next production on stage. And for Robert Gulotti — in apprecia- 
tion of his most versatile talent, we have procured a W.H.S. 
version of a Drumstick. 

To Joe Cacciatore, the strong right arm of our athletic teams, 
the Class of 1967 presents a muscle-rippling strong right arm. 
For Peggy Bassing, our outstanding girl athlete, we have de- 
signed a wardrobe of gym suits for all occasions. And for that 
football co-captain, John McFarland, voted by his buddies as 
Most Athletic, we have just made a dent in the Boston Patriots 
line-up by getting John a contract for next Fall. 

Finally, the Class of 1967 voted Debbie 
McCullough the Class Flirt among the girls. 
For Debbie we have designed a pair of 
sunglasses as a guarantee for a wrinkle-free 
wink. And for J. Paul Montgomery, the 
successful campaigner for the title of Class 
Flirt, we have recruited a bevy of beautiful 
belles to supplement your many conquests 
of your senior year. 







Prom Queen, CHERYL LaCROSSE 



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"Climb Ever 




"But fear and previous futile 
action should not prevent us from 
heeding such exaggerated warnings 
that our traditional values need to 
be revaluated, adapted to a faster 
pace, more inquisitive society and 
a truth-seeking younger generation 
. . . We are capable and responsi- 
ble and unafraid in our enthusi- 



asm. 



Karen Aykanian 



"Let us think of ourselves as indi- 
viduals and remember that each one of 
us is an alive and feeling human being, 
not a cold metal offshoot of a com- 
puter . . . Warning: Contents alive. Do 
not bend, staple or fold!" 

Nancy Rando 




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Mountain" 



"This incredible pace of change 
which is upon us will produce new- 
er techniques and tools faster than 
we can imagine. To keep pace we 
must be ready to adopt entirely 
new patterns of thought. We can- 
not cling to our outdated beliefs 
and methods. For, if we are com- 
placent or preoccupied with past 
experience, we will be lost in our 
changing world." 

Amy Chittenden 





"Today's world is exciting, full of 
challenges. There is room for each 
man with his unique blend of dis- 
likes, aspirations and hopes ... a man 
must have ambition, fervor, love, and, 
rising to every challenge, will guide the 
world to a peaceful, hopeful tomorrow." 

Mary Scheier 



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KAREN AYKANIAN 



CANON 

One straining sound 

Of slight inflection 

That belies its own potential, 

A singular cautious phrase 

Of immature melody 

That rings anticipation 

Like a child's first word, 

Or the first ripple of a pebble, frozen, 

Caught before its promise 

Washes away. 

Like a tiered fountain, 

Rising from a silent, 

Tranquil pool 

Toward a sputtering, volcanic upheaval 

Of harmony and sweet discord, 

Of pealing bells of sun-flecked droplets, 

Splashing, reaching. 

And my mind stood apart 

To watch my own sound in the echo 

And was awed 

By my indispensable smallness. 

Releasing my ambition, 

My personal cadence, 

I strained for the high note. 



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Poets 




JANET BLACK 



SMOKE 

A curl of gray-light smoke 
Winds, floats and rises up 
Travelling through the chimney 
That bears the soot marks 
Of their constant contact. 

And when this dark traveller 

Reaches the blueness of the open sky, 

He laughs because he is free 

To choose his direction 

Being no longer confined by red brick walls. 

He finds it easiest at first 

To continue in the shape 

He acquired going up the long chimney. 

But winds blow now and again, 

And he drifts in all directions. 

Now black billows block the sky; 
A powder yellow streak of sunlight 
Reveals our drifter, 
Caught up in the rage of a forest fire, 
And guides his way out. 

The curl rises again, 

An open spiral isolated against the vastness of the sky. 

Still twisting in joy, 

But more cautious from experience, 

He will surely reach and mingle with the highest clouds. 



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Colleges 



Alan Ackerman, Clark University 

Mary Allia, Bryant and Stratton 

Carol Anderson, Houghton College 

Hanitra Andriamanantena, U. of Tananarive 

Judith Ansara, Emmanuel College 

Lana Antico, Adelphi University 

Francis Archdeacon, Dartmouth College 

Carl Attardo, Mass. Bay CC 

Karen Aykanian, Brandeis University 

Robert Baker, Mass. Bay CC 

William Baker, Mass Bay CC 

Thomas Banom, Mass Bay CC 

Robert Barber, U. of Massachusetts 

Robert Barnard, Mass. Bay CC 

Louis Bartleman, U. of Massachusetts 

Margaret Bassing, Mass. Bay CC 

Edgar Bastarache, New Preparatory School 

Ronald Belida, Lowell Tech. Inst. 

Eric Belliveau, U. of Massachusetts 

Barbara Benson, U. of Massachusetts 

Janet Beran, Springfield College 

Mark Berberian, Northeastern U. 

Harold Berstein, U. of Massachusetts 

Carmen Biondo, Salem State College 

Wilfred Birchler, Mass. Bay CC 

Janet Black, Emmanuel College 

Margaret Blanchet, Whidden Memorial Hosp. 

Neal Block, Wentworth Institute 

Joseph Bonica, Mass. Bay CC 

Carol Boyd, Boston State 

Steven Boyd, Rutgers University 

Susan Boynton, Emerson College 

Theresa Brazell, Bryant and Stratton 

Lyman Brooks, Franklin Institute 

Carolyn Brophy, U. of Massachusetts 

Carolyn Brown, Regis College 

Robert Burckes, Lowell Tech. Inst. 

Kenneth Burley, Boston College 

Carol Busa, Mass. Bay CC 

Joseph Cacciatore, New Preparatory. School 

Russell Caney, East Coast Aero Tech 

Carla Cardillo, Westfield State 

Sandra Cardillo, Mass. College of Art 

Michael Carey, Salem State 

Dianne Carty, Kalamazoo College 

Joseph Carso, Boston University 

Diane Castellano, Mass. Bay CC 

Pauja Castellano, Catherine LaBoure 

Paul Cedrone, Northeastern University 

Donna Cericola, Westfield State 

Ann Chase, Lasell Jr. CoHege 

Arthur Chernosky, Lowell Tech, Inst. 

Yem Chin, Northeastern University 

Amy Chittenden, Bates College 

Hane Ciavardone, Boston College 

Michael Cincotta, Bentley College 

Dennis Clark, Mass. Bay CC 

William Cooney, Mass. Bay CC 

Linda Cormier, Mass. Bay CC 

David Coughlan, Mass. College of Pharmacy 

Lynda Cox, Westbrook Jr. College 

Karen Crawford, Lowell State 

Martin Cuerdon, Lowell Tech. Inst. 

Marian Cutler, Framingham State 

Richard D'Addario, Mass. Bay CC 



Arthur Dahl, U. of Massachusetts 

Dorothy Daly, Catherine LaBoure 

Susan Davidson, Mass. Bay CC 

John DeFina, Franklin Institute 

Stephen, Delfino, Bentley College 

Deborah Delano, Cambridge School 

Paul DeLosa, Newman Preparatory 

Diane DeMarco, U. of Massachusetts 

Michael DeProfio, Bently College 

Janice Desrosiers, Wyndham School 

Bill DeRusha, U. of Massachusetts 

Deborah DeStasio, Shepard Gill 

Paul DeVincent, U. Massachusetts 

Marcia DeVoe, U. Massachusetts 

Raymond DeVindent, Newman Prep. 

Albert DeWolfe, Mass. Bay CC 

Gayle Dinsmore, Burdett College 

Karen Dodge, U. Maine 

Isobelle Doucet, Mass. Bay CC 

Martin Dozois, Northeastern U. 

Stephen Etkind, Clark University 

Barbara Everett, Westfield State 

David Farnsworth, Bryant and Stratton 

Michael Fine, Alfred University 

James Flanders, Northeastern U. 

Nancy Flynn, Mount St. Mary College 

Peter Flynn, College of the Holy Cross 

Kathleen Foley, Framingham Union Hospital 

Sheila Foley, U. Massachusetts 

Douglas Foster, Central Conn. State College 

Pamela Fresse, Bay State School 

Douglas Frizzell, East Coast Aero Tech. 

Robert Fuller, Newman Prep. 

Jonathan Furbush, Worcester Academy 

William Fume, Boston College 

Paul Garber, Arlington Tech. Inst. 

Robert Gaudette, Westfield State 

John Genova, Northeastern U. 

Jeanne Giardina, Mass. Bay CC 

Linda Gillespie, Mass. Bay CC 

Vincenzina Guiungo, Lasell Jr. College 

Alan Goldman, U. Massachusetts 

Francis Gracia, Syracuse U. 

Robert Grillo, U. Massachusetts 

William Grimes, Suffolk U. 

Paul Grutter, Fitchburg State 

Robert Gullotti, Berklee School of Music 

Roger Hagopian, U. Massachusetts 

Elsi Halloran, Bryant and Stratton 

Eileen Hennessy, Northeastern U. 

Robert Hill, Westfield State 

Gregory Holman, Mass. Bay CC 

Robert Howard. L T . Massachusetts 

William Hubler, Lowell Tech. Inst. 

Winslow Jackson, Concordia College 

Stephen Jais, Hartwick College 

Carl Johnson, Norheastern I 

Richard Jones, Bentley College 

Edmund Joyal, Northeastern U. 

Michael Joyal, Mass. Bay CC 

Louis Kara mas, Northeastern U 

John Kelly. Maine Central Institute 

Rebecca Kilgore. U. Massachusetts 

Grace Kyte. Mass. Bay CC 

Susan Kytc. Westfield State 



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David LaHaise, Boston College 

James Lambros, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Joan Lazaro, Boston State 

James Learned, Northeastern U. 

Maureen Le Blanc, Mass. Bay CC 

John LeFort, U. Massachusetts 

Wayne LeFort, Mass. Bay CC 

John LeHane, Franklin Institute 

Judith LeMay, Fitchburg State 

Michael Lenza, Wisconsin State U. 

Peter Leonard, Stockbridge School of Agric. 

Donald LeShane, Wentworth Institute 

Patricia Leydon, Southern Methodist U. 

Helmust Loesser, Lafayette College 

Derek Lowell, Lowell Tech. Inst. 

Lynn MacDonald, Framingham State 

Richard Magazu, Tufts University 

Charlene Malloy, Framingham State 

Peter Manzon, Boston College 

Linda Marrano, U. Massachusetts 

Theresa Marshall, U. Massachusetts 

Muchael Martin, Northeastern U. 

Carol Martorilli, Mass Bay CC 

Leslie Mason, U. Massachusetts 

John May, Mass. College of Pharmacy 

Frank McCue, Mass. Bay CC 

Constance McElroy, Mass. Bay CC 

Mary McGann, Framingham State 

Robert McGovern, Bryant and Stratton 

Nancy McGuire, U. Massachusetts 

Katherine McHugh, U. Massachusetts 

Stephen Mclvor, East Coast Aero Tech 

Richard McKenzie, Northeastern U. 

Douglas McNamara, Mass. Bay CC 

Richard Milioto, Dean Jr. College 

Ronald Miller, Brandeis University 

Laura Mitchell, Boston University 

Phyllis Montagna, Aquinas School 

Robert Mooney, Mass. Bay CC 

Carmen Norreale, Babson Institute 

Barry Morrison, Mass. Bay CC 

Jane Morrison, Westbrook Jr. College 

Diana Muir, Mass. Bay CC 

Donna Mullen, Northeastern U. 

Nancy Myers, Lowell General Hospital 

Robert Nardone, Boston College 

Mary Naughton, Mass. Bay CC 

David Navien, Mass. Bay CC 

David Nevard, U. Massachusetts 

Joyce Newis, U. Massachusetts 

David Noke, Mass. Bay CC 

William Nolan, Bryant and Stratton 

Robert O'Brien, Bryant and Stratton 

Paul O'Connell, East Coast Aero Tech. 

Thomas L'Keefe, Mass. Bay CC 

James Olivetto, Franklin Institute 

Carole Owens, Northeastern U. 

Deborah Page, U. Maine 

Patricia Page, Fitchburg State 

Paula Palmer, Mass. Bay CC 

Richard Palumbo, Westfield State 

James Pantanella, Stockbridge School of Agric. 

Eugene Papa, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Constance Paquette, Nashua Business College 

Anthony Parrella, College of the Holy Cross 

Susan Perna, U. Massachusetts 

Kathleen Perperras, Mass. Bay CC 

Nancy Peters, Framingham State 



Paul Pilicy, New Preparatory School 

Carol Pintabone, Mass. Bay CC 

John Poldoian, Northeastern U. 

Pamela Pomeroy, Lasell Jr. College 

Diane Porter, N.E. School of Art 

Patricia Pratt, U. Massachusetts 

Charlene Radosta, Framingham State 

Linda Raines, Mass. Bay CC 

Linda Ramberg, Mass. Bay CC 

Nancy Rando, U. Michigan 

Gail Resnikoff, U. Massachusetts 

Elizabeth Rhodes, Northeastern U. 

Arthur Robinson, Bentley College 

Brian Rochatka, Worcester State 

Katherine Rockey, Mass. Bay CC 

Linda Rollo, Mass. Bay CC 

David Rundlett, Northeastern U. 

George Russo, Bryant and Stratton 

Margaret Russo, Mass. Bay CC 

Mary Ann Russo, Bryant and Stratton 

Kathleen Ryan, Framingham State 

Donna Ryberg, Bryant College 

Mary Salamone, Mass. Bay CC 

Wayne Salpeitro, Mass. Bay CC 

Elaine Santangelo, Valparaiso U. 

Elizabeth Sarno, U. Massachusetts 

Joseph Saulneir, R.I. School of Design 

Elsie Sauve, Wilfred Academy 

Mary Scheier, Brandeis University 

Elinor Seidman, Mass. Bay CC 

Patrick Sharkey, Pratt Inst. 

William Shinnick, Northeastern U. 

Irene Shlager, Simmons College 

Arlene Silva, U. Massachusetts 

Cathy Sinclair, Northeastern U. 

Elaine Sinclair, U. Maine 

Jane Sinclair, Bryant and Stratton 

Sharon Sinclair, Framingham State 

Patricia Slamin, Chamberlayne Jr. College 

David Smith, Carnigie Institute 

Janice Smith, Mass. Bay CC 

Lorraine Smith, Mass. Bay CC 

Harry Sneider, Bentley College 

Rosalind Sokes, Boston University 

Robert Stering, J. College of Broward County 

Marion Stone, Bridgewater State 

Mark Strum, Lowell Tech. Inst. 

Judith Suter, Bryant and Stratton 

William Sweet, Bryant and Stratton 

Jaonne Testa, Mass. Bay CC 

Christine Thambash, Framingham State 

Helen Theos, Emerson College 

Ellen Thidemann, Northeastern U. 

Thomas Tierney, Mass. Bay CC 

Michael Tomao, Salem State 

Elizabeth Toohill, Framingham State 

Henry Vanasse, Mass. Bay CC 

Domenic Viscione, Boston College 

John Viveiros, Boston University 

Pamela Wass, Mass. Bay CC 

William Walsh, Mass. Bay CC 

Michael Warren, Mass. Trade Shops 

Roy Warren, School of Practical Art 

Martha Wellington, Bridgewater State 

Bruce Wheeler, Marist Seminary 

Gary Woodworth, Newman Preparatory School 

Elain Wolfe, U. Massachusetts 

Peter Yetten, Boston University 

Vivian Zweig, Endicott Jr. College 



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UUtHS 




Co-Captains 
JOHN KELLY, JOHN McFARLAND 

WALTHAM HIGH "HAWKS" 



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12 


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Brookline 


30 


6 


W 


Arlington 


8 


18 


L 


Haverhill 


14 


8 


W 


Weymouth 


12 


26 


L 


Watertown 


6 


6 


T 


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34 





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Newton 


6 


6 


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22 


13 


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End Coach Dick Corbin. 



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JOHN KELLY 
JOE CACCIATORE 
BILL BAKER 
DAN DOYLE 
BOB HILL 
PAUL DeVINCNET 
RALPH ERICKSON 
RICK MILIOTO 
MARTIN DOZOIS 
BOB PERILLI 




JOHN McFARLAND 
PETER YETTEN 
STEVE BOYD 
MIKE JOYAL 
DOM VISCIONE 
KEVIN COLEMAN 
TOM TIERNEY 
JERRY OUELLETTE 
JOHN FURBUSH 
JEFF FLANDERS 



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Peter rolls out 



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Tech Tourney Semi-Finalists 




RI, George Russo, Fran Doorakian, Capt. Joe Cacciatore, Chuckie Lee, Tom Tierney. RII, Steve Jais, Ronnie Boisseau, Bob Hill, 
Russ Hammond. Rill, Charlie Bonica, Skip Hull, Jim Generoso, Billy Adams. 



Somerville 


64 


69 


L 


Rindge 


80 


65 


W 


Somerville 


65 


60 


W 


Brockton 


88 


74 


w 


Cambridge 


72 


60 


w 


Arlington 


69 


49 


w 


Watertown 


50 


48 


w 


Newton 


50 


53 


L 


Brookline 


55 


54 


W 


Weymouth 


26 


48 


L 


Newton South 


75 


57 


W 


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Brockton 


72 


57 


W 


Cambridge 


71 


53 


W 


Arlington 


81 


53 


w 


Watertown 


66 


55 


w 


Newton South 


60 


50 


w 


Newton 


48 


39 


w 


Brookline 


71 


61 


w 


Weymouth 


68 


74 


L 


Tech-Durfee 


61 


56 


W 


Tech-St. John's 


66 


58 


W 


Tech-Boston Tech 


58 


63 


L 




134 



COACH PROHOVICH 






#21 STEVE JAIS 



#5 CAPT JOE CACCIATORE 



#11 RON BOISSEAU 




#4 GEORGE RUSSO 








#12 BOB HILL 




Too the semies 




#22 TOM TIERNEY 




#10 FRAN DOORAKIAN 



#3 SKIP HULL 




General Jim 




Juva drives 





Steve drives in 



Denile! 



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Walthai 



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Row 1: Lou Lexander, Barbara Everett, Joannie Peros, Nancy McGuire, Carol Wallace, Charlene 
Radosta Row II: Cathy Sinclair, Lynne Arico, Joanne Webb, Geri O'Reilly, Donna Trefonides, 
Leslie Lentini, Row HI: Captains — Janet Beran and Carolyn Brophy 



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Co-Captain 
JANET BERAN 



Co-Captain 
CAROLYN BROPHY 



136 



Cheerleaders 1966-67 




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BARBARA EVERETT 



CHARLENE RADOSTA 




137 



Hockey 




RJ, Jeff Flanders, Co-Capt Don Pierce, Paul Pilicy, Co-Capt Edgar Bastarache Dan Doyle, Steve Boyd, Peter Yetten, P. J. Lillis, RJI, 





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WAL. 


OPP 




Arlington 


3 


9 


L 


Brookline 


4 


2 


W 


Somerville 


13 


2 


W 


Rindge 


12 





W 


Cambridge 


2 


2 


T 


Newton 


3 


6 


L 


Medford 


2 


2 


T 


Arlington 


2 


7 


L 


Brookline 


2 





W 


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14 


1 


W 


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11 





W 


Cambridge 


2 


2 


T 


Newton 


3 


3 


T 


Medford 


2 


2 


T 


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3 


2 


W 


Tech-Beverly 


1 


4 


L 




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Co-Captains EDGAR BASTARACHE, DONNIE PIERCE 



138 



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COACH BRINN 





Peter shoots 





Edgar cuts in 




Paul guards the net 




Power Play 



139 



Outdoor 




1 


OUTDOOR TRACK 




INDOOR TRACK 




Weymouth 




L 


Brookline 


W 


Quincy 




L 


Natick 


L 


Cambridge 




W 


Newton 


L 


Arlington 




W 


Weymouth 


L 


N. Quincy 




W 


Rindge Tech. 


W 




3-2 




Maiden 
B.C. High 


W 
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3-4 



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Cross Country Capt. Norm Neu, Track Coach Lee Gould, Indoor, Outdoor Capt. James Lambros. 

141 



Baseball 




Natick 


WAL 
6 


OPP 

6 


T 


Rindge 
Watertown 


18 
1 


3 
8 


W 
L 


Arlington 

Cambridge 

Brockton 


2 
5 
1 


5 
8 
2 


L 
L 
L 


Newton South 
Brockton 


10 
2 


5 
3 


W 
L 


Weymouth 

Rindge 

Watertown 


4 
1 
1 


6 



2 


L 

W 
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Newton 

Brockton 



3 
3 


6 
15 

4 


L 
L 
L 


Newton South 


3 


9 


L 


Brookline 


3 


8 


L 


Arlington 
Weymouth 


2 
1 


3 

5 


L 
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SENIORS 
RICH PALUMBO 
JOE CACCIATORE 
FRANK McCUE 
DON PIERCE 
DAVE LAHAISE 
LARRY VANARIA 
PETER YETTEN 




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LARRY VANARIA 



DON PIERCE 



143 



Swim Team 







9-6 



Maiden 


L 


Brookline 


L 


Cambridge 


L 


Lexington 


W 


Boston English 


L 


Maiden 


W 


Brockton 


W 


Boston Latin 


w 


Wellesley 


L 


Catholic Memorial 


L 


Lynn 


W 


Rindge 


W 


South Boston 


w 


B.C. High 


w 


Matigor 


w 


SENIORS 






Coach O'Brien and Capt. Bob Gaudet. 




Rl, Bill Shennick, Bob Gaudet, Doug Foster. RI1, John Sarkey, 
Bob Howard Mike Martin, Wayne Lefort. 



144 



Rifle 




RJ, Al Peirce, Dick Nessolini, Bob Toohil, Fran Leeber, Dave Vanderwyck, RJI, Jack Toohil asst. Coach, Dave Smith, Ray Warren, Mike 
Warren, Dick McKenzie, Jim Anderson, Scott Storer, Head Coach Joe Siano. 



Concord 

Melrose 

Marlboro 

Maiden 

Acton 

Newton 

Watertown 

Bedford 

Wayland 



W 
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w 
w 
w 
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Waltham Highs Rifle Team finished its Middlesex 
League season with an unblemished 9-0 record and brought 
its winning streak to 27 straight matches. The Hawks 
also placed second in the Northeastern Invitational Meet. 



9-0 



145 



League Champs 




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RI, P. Parella, S. Joyal, Coach Foley, M. Collum, RII, Capt. F. Doorakian, G. Pilla, B. Gaudet, S. Jais, J. Generoso. 




Winthrop 


W 


Cambridge 


W 


Maiden 


W 


Rindge 


W 


Arlington 


W 


Winthrop 


w 


Cambridge 


w 


Maiden 


w 


Rindge 


w 


Arlington 


w 


New Bedford 


w 



11-0 



1 
Coach Foley and Capt. Fran Doorakian 



146 



Golf 



Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 



2 Arlington 

6 Cambridge 

7 Medford 

9 Rindge Tech 

9 Medford 

6 Arlington 

9 Cambridge 

9 Rindge Tech 



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Cross Country 




Newton South 


W 


Medford 


W 


Newton 


L 


Revere 


W 


Maiden 


w 


Everett 


w 


Arlington 


w 



6-1 



149 



Girls Sports 




1967 



Watertown 


36 


Waltham 


30 


Waltham 


36 


Newton South 


22 


Lincoln Sudbury 
Waltham 


61 

28 


Waltham 


52 


Watertown 


50 


Waltham 


57 


Brockton 


23 


Cambridge Latin 
Waltham 


34 
33 


Record 3-3 





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COACH GRAVELIN 

Captains 

JANET BERAN 

PAM ROSS 




JOAN 
LAZARO- 





PAM 
ROSS 




JANET 
BERAN 



SUSAN 
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LINDA 

RAINES 



PEGGY 

BASSING 



JV. 




Team 



150 



1967 



Brookline 


Won 


Newton South 


Lost 


Brockton 


Won 


Newton South 


Won 


Brockton 


Won 


Cambridge-Latin 


Won 


5 Wins 


1 Loss 



Girls 

Volleyball 

Team 





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Softball 




152 




Miss Graceffa, Mrs. Lawless, Mr. VanArsdale, Mrs. McCarty 




153 



Auto Body 




First Row. 



Mr. Viscorello 
Paul Selby 
Kevin Semenchuk 
Edward Croteau 
Dennis Strange 



Second Row: 



Robert Harrington 
Kevin Clasby 
Rodney Campbell 
John Mandile 
Patrick Le Blanc 
John McFarland 



154 



Auto Mechanics 




Mr. Kalishman 
Eugene Flinn 
Gary Woodworth 
Stephen Crain 
Charles Mantenuto 
Arthur Bonica 



Kenneth Wentworth 
Wilmot Spilva 
Joseph G. Cormier 
Charles Trowbridge 
Joseph Robichaud 
Robert Scafidi 
Frank Richard 



55 



Drafting 




David Walazek 
Kevin McCabe 
Richard Semenchuk 
John Lehane Jr. 



156 



Electronics 




First Row: 



James Oliveto 
John Patterson 
John Brooks 
Derek Morgan 



Second Row: 



Gary Chamberlain 
Leonard Keating 
Paul McGinty 



57 



Printing 




Peter Falzone 
Peter Wright 
Jon Power 
Robert Barbagallo 
John Monaco 
Robert Lopez 
John Ciararaglia 
Gregory Rando 



58 



Machines 




Thomas Gamble 
Richard Moody 
Frederick Wentworth 
Mr. Procup 
Ronald Crane 
Walter Buhler 
Robert McGinry 
Walter Vroom 



159 



Carpentry 




Donald Fetterhoff 
Harold Farnham 
Mr. Stanley 
Edward Kaznocha 
Richard Webb 
Gordon Wellman 



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Staff 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF AMY CHITTENDEN 

BUSINESS EDITOR KATHY MCHUGH 

BUSINESS CO-EDITOR NANCY MCGUIRE 

SUBSCRIPTION EDITOR BABARA EVERTT 

BOYS' SPORTS EDITOR TOM TIERNEY 

GIRLS' SPORTS EDITOR JANET BERAN 

CLERICAL EDITOR NADIA FILOSA 

LITERARY ADVISOR MR. VALLELY 

BUSINESS ADVISOR MR. NEYLON 




Clerical Staff 



163 



W.H.S 





NOW! 




Director, 
MR. PHILPOTT 



164 



Band 







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W.H.S. Band in action 







A welcome 



165 



Future Teachers 
of America 




Officers: 



Carolyn Brophy 
Debbie Page 
Cathy Sinclair 
Sheila Foly 
Elaine Sinclair 



166 



ICtfDsIfeJI 




Since the demands for a school newspaper were answered by the first edition of the 
Reflector in 1966, every subsequent edition has improved in quality and risen in esteem 
of the teachers and pupils alike as a voice of student opinion. 

The monthly editors have tried to print any article, editorial or creative work sub- 
mitted by any student. Mr. McKnight, Mr. Wiellette, and Miss Gerokoulis, our indispens- 
able and liberal advisors, were usually silent and let the staff plow headlong through 
most policy decisions and all the problems. 

The Reflectors of 1967 have not been amateur publications. This year's staff is proud 
of the milestones passed since last faltering steps — and leave to the future classes 
the legacy of responsibility to continue the new tradition of the Reflector. 



167 




Senior 

Class 

Officers 



Junior 

Class 

Officers 




National Honor Society 




Jets 




169 




ART CLUB 
W.H.S.'s creative geniuses are organized in our Art Club. Their experiments in various 
media have produced anything and everything from oil painting and sculpture to 
fashion design and graphic arts. This past year the club has been responsible for many 
dance decorations, posters, and holiday decorations. With Mr. Squoros as their faculty 
advisor, they have gotten a great deal of enjoyment from the club. 



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A. F. S. 








Mary Schier: India 

Should you ever have any questions about India, just ask Mary. 
Although she doesn't claim to be an expert on the subject, the 
fact that she spent last summer living in India, and taking a course 
in Indian philosophy certainly lends a lot of weight to anything 
she might have to say. This honors student is probably one of our 
best A.F.S.'ers, and Waltham High can truly be proud of her. 



Hanitra Andreamanitana: Malagasy 

From the time she was introduced to the Student Body on the first day of 
school, Hanitra, our visitor from the Republic of Malagasy has managed to 
win the heart of everyone of us at WHS. Her natural wit and charming person- 
ality have enabled us to see how much alike people really are all over the 
world, whether they live in Malagasy or Massachusetts. We all wish to thank 
Hanitra for coming to us. 




171 



Debating Club 





Resolved: The federal government should limit aid to nonmilitary assistance. 

This is the topic of discussion with which the debating club is concerned this year. 
Each Tuesday, the members compete in debate in the North Shore League. 



172 




173 



Ski Club 




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Three hundred members? Would you believe one hundred and fifty? Well, how about 
this representative group? The Ski Club, unquestionably the most popular club in 
the school, includes members ranging in ability from Olympic ski material to beginning 
snow bunnies. 



Math Team 




Our best wishes go with the Math Team, that fairly unknown group of math stu- 
dents at W.H.S. who compete at four league meets per year, with the support of Mr. 
Sheehan. 



174 



Future Nurses of America 







The F.N.A. gives students a chance to get a look at real nursing. Girls who want to 
be nurses can see what the nursing profession is really like. The past year they have made 
many trips to hospitals, and have had movies and discussions about the nursing career. 
Mrs. Flynn, a registered nurse, is the club advisor. The club is fun, with a little bit 
of experience thrown in. 



The Library Council 







Great thanks to the students of the Library Council and Mrs. Flynn for keeping our 
research department in great order. They are responsible for the great efficiency of our 
school library. 

Keep up the good work ! 



175 



This Week at Waltham High 




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CaJol ri/iGLtn JrlaL 




This Week at Waltham High, is the title of the column which appears in the 
Waltham News Tribune and keeps the public informed of the events of interest con- 
cerning the school. In addition to this, the column keeps in touch with former W.H.S. 
students, interviews prominent students, and reports on club and class activities. 



176 



Chess Club 





The Chess Club under the advisorship of Mr. Levesque, has a twofold purpose this 
year. It has been organized to allow new members to learn the basics of the game, and 
the more experienced members to participate in a league with other neighboring 
schools. 



177 



Russian Club 




Russian, a fairly new language addition to our curriculum, , is fast becoming very 
popular with the students. With Mr. Corcoran as its advisor, the club is mostly in- 
terested in Russian conversations and customs. Their singing of "Silent Night" in 
Russian at our international Christmas party sounded very different from the other 
language clubs' versions of the song. 



Student Council 




Student Activity Tickets are a new innovation this year, and their success will 
probably bring them back again, say the officers of the Student Council: Katherine 
MacHugh, treasurer; Katherine Arsenault, secretary; Carolyn Brophy, girls' vice- 
president; Arthur McGovern, boys' vice president; Robert McGovern, president. Mr. 
Wiellette is their faculty advisor. 



178 



F. O. R. U. N 




FORUN is the International Relations Club at W.H.S., whose main purpose is to 
unite students interested in contemporary foreign affairs. Its members participate in 
model U.N. forums at neighboring colleges and sponsor guest speakers, with the 
assistence of Mr. ■Richman. 



German Club 




Under the supervision of Miss Booth, this organization has been extremely successful. 
Its members have all had contact with the German language and display an avid 
interest in the culture of Germany. This year began with an initiation party and 
throughout the year the club has enthusiastically added a German touch to several 
affairs. 



179 



French Club 




The French Club at W.H.S. consists of those students who are studying or have 
studied French and who are interested in French conversation and culture. One of the 
club's excursions included a trip to a movie, a French comedy spoken entirely in 
French, and a visit to a cafe afterwards. French foods and French records enlighten 
their frequent meetings. 



Spanish Club 




"El club de Espanol es muy bien", says a member of the Spanish Club. Led by 
Mrs. Mebel their faculty advisor, and their president, Lyle Shelly, the club's activities 
have all been successes. The club was organized to learn about and enjoy the language 
and culture of all Spanish speaking countries, and they have enjoyed doing it this 
past year. 



180 



Latin Club 



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If you ever need anything in a hurry, just holler, "Latini Amici". These Compus 
Maximus road-runners won the Junior Scholastic League Olympic Chariot Race not 
once, but twice in the same day! They also demolished the Spanish Club's Pinata 
at the International Christmas Party. So, even though the language may be ancient, don't 
try to pass the Latini Amici by. Veni, Vidi, Vici, still hold true today. 



Italian Club 




Whether you speak Italian well or you're just learning, you can't afford to pass up 
membership in this fine club. So, whenever you want to throw a coin in a fountain, 
with just a little extra finesse, come to the Italian Club and learn how. 



181 



Young At Heart 



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Joanne Webb, Laurel Worthington, Lynne Erico 



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Semi-finalists for Queen and their escorts 



182 



S-01 



Mr. Collins 



Row 1: J. Anderson, P. Affleck, P. Aucoin, O. An- 
thony, J. Allison, D. Aucoin, E. Ballo, L. Arsenault. 
Row 2: J. Aucoin, L. Arico, H. Guthro, T. Arizmendi, 
R. Aslonian, R. Baker, T. Arsenault, M. Allen, W. 
Gladmem, D. Annunciata, L. Auiles. Row 3: J. Ander- 
son, D. Glawson, J. Aucoin, A. Giardina, E. Bach- 
elder, W. Addams, S. Goldstein, D. Barnes, K. 
Pacheco. 





S-02 

Mrs. Steinberg 



Row 1: R. Guadagnino, L. Belle, S. Bennett, L. Berg, 
D. Goguen, A. Biron, B. Blackman, M. Blinn. Row 2: 
A. Boudrear, C. Berly, V. Behrikis, M. Beaver, R. 
Bearisto, J. Groppi, M. Bogle, J. Bonney. Row 3: 
J. Boudreau, W. Blaiklock, J. Barry, D. Beckwith, 
P. Gullotti, R. Boucher, J. Bishop, A. Bourgeois. 



S-112A 

Work Study 
Mr. McCusker 



Row 1: S. Kaufman, D. LeBlanc, R. McLanson, A. Le- 
Blanc, W. Cusano. Row 2: J. Gassidy, J. Boucher, 
F. Collins, E. Porreca, D. Beaton. 




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S-03 

Mrs. Czarnowski 



Row 1: N. Caramanica, R. Caissie, S. Bradley, E. 
Burns, P. Bourgue, D. Breau, K. Burns, N. Bright. 
Row 2: D. Brannelly, V. Campobasso, J. Brazell. 
Row 3: J. Boyle, M. Breslia, J. Callahan, J. Burke, 
J. Callahan, J. Canning, C. Boyd, J. Burke. 



S-04 

Mrs. Willett 



Row 1: E. Caruso, K. Curtis, E. Chille, B. Brackett, 
D. Castello, E. Herbhy, D. Church, D. Chaisson, C. 
Hersey. Row 2: M. Cimino, I. Casella, L. Cericola, 
D. Chakalis, P. Chardonait W. Chalmers, F. Chin, 
J. Chaisson, F. Hoffman, B. Hill. Row 3: W. Carl- 
son, R. Centola, L. Chagnon, N. Caramanaca, W. 
Cartier, J. Centola, J. Chilingerian, W. Cavanaugh. 





S-05 
Mrs. Babbitt 



Row 1: M. Code, M. Clancy, M. Cross, M. Clarke, 
K. Gero, M. Clasby, A. Conte, C. Cohn, B. Gibson, L. 
Cyr, Row 2: S. Curtis, J. Ellis, M. Collura, P. Con- 
toni, D. Clasby, D. Cutting, E. Cotton, C. Couillard, 
D. Green, M. Cutler. D. Gamble Row 3: B. Clark, 
K. Curtin, P. Clifford, B. Conte, B. Clark, S. Cin- 
cotta, S. Berro, B. Connelly, C. Cormier. 



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S-106 



Mrs. Dorin 



Row 1: A. Dollaire, C. Desisto, G. Darrah, S. Denk, 
M. Dahlin, M. Dalla Costa, B. Davidson, A. David- 
son Row 2: B. Dinoff, N. Defeo, R. Markham, 
I. Denty, S. Delia Camera, M. Defino Row 3: R. 
Domels, R. Auld, G. DeVinvent M. Devlin, D. 
Demeo, W. DiGiusto, R. DeLuca. 





S-108 

Mr. Peroni 



Row 1: S. Fallo, M. Falzone, ?, L. Flanigan, Christine 
Ryan, Ellen Dacey, Carole Shelly, M. Gaida, L. 
Falone, S. Felt. Row 2: M. Ferrick, L. Forgione, L. 
Ferro, A. Finamore, J. Depass, L. Fedele, L. Dormer, 
L. Ferrante, M. Fei, B. Fucci. Row 3: C. Dunbar, L. 
Fraser, J. Foley, E. Forbes, C. Daigle, J. Field L 
Ferro, W. French, D. Fraser. 



S-201 

Mrs. Peckham 



Row 1: R. Howard, D. Hurley, M. Kelner J. Joliat, 
J. Juliano, M. Kelley, L. Juppe, C. Howe, S. Hopkins. 
Row 2: R. Gaudet, A. Iodice, J. Goode Row 3: M. 
Kaloyanides, A. Juppe, K. Jacobs D. Jansen, M. 
Johnson, R. Swanson, T. Hurst. 




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S-202 

Miss Stich 



Row 1: S. LaCassa, L. Isaacson, N. Kruger, C. Larkin, 
K. LaRosa, F. Krom, C. Larrabee, K. Kedhane, L. 
Kilbourn. Row 2: C. Cassella, M. Kokidko, C. Ko- 
kidko, P. King, D. LaRosbe, L. Lakeman, M. Fai, P. 
Macmillan. Row 3: B. Kennedy, A. Lalime S. Latorre, 
J. Keyes, P. Lord, C. Korner, J. Landry, J. Kresser. 



S-203 



Mrs. Pacitti 



Row 1: P. LeLievre, T. Hayes, P. LeBlanc, M. LeLievre, 
D. Landry, D. LeBlanc, P. LeBlanc, R. Hogarty, F. 
Leeber. Row 2: D. Leger, G. LeBlanc, M. Hines, L. 
Hart, P. Hamilton, M. Lazaro, A. LeBlanc, N. Le- 
Blanc, R. Haroutunian Row 3: P. Leach, J. Har- 
wich, J. Higgins A. LeBlanc, R. LeBlanc, P. LeBlanc, 
B. LeFort. 





S-204 

Mr. Squoros 



Row 1: E. Logan, P. MacDonald, N. Long, L. 
Lexander, R. Livermore, M. Lesneski, G. Lutz. Row 2: 
J. Lupo, A. Lisa, M. Lupo, R. MacDowell, R. Lewis, 
R. MacKenzie, J. Lewis, J. Loveren. 



186 



S-205 

Mrs. Mebel 



Row 1: P. MacMilan, C. Hart, D. MacDonnel K. 
Harris, D. Harvie, M. Muston, G. Mazzeo Row 2: 
D. McGann, W. McCarthy, K. McClusky P. Mc- 
Donald, R. Marcou, C. Malone, T. MacNeil, J. Mc- 
Hugh. Row 3: B. Maher, M. McConnel, T. Mahoney 
P. McGonigle, P. Mancuso, D. Vain, V. Mallozzi 





S-207 

Mr. Sweeney 



Row 1: C. Mullaney, D. Milliken, C. Marero J. 
Moran, S. Montgomery, I. Methot P. Moldoff. 
Row 2: D. Mills, J. Moody, N. Mulvaney, K. Gior- 
gianni, J. Menaker, D. Mikalsen R. Meade, J. Maz- 
zarini. Row 3: S. Malde, C. Mcinnis, D. Kendall, M. 
Medeiros, L. Morrise D. McKenzi, A. Muir. 



S-208 



Mr. McGuire 



K. Murray, D. Nawrocki, P. Nicolazzo, J. Murphy, S. 
Murray, B. Nason, B. Naughton. 




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S-209 

Mr. Thompson 



Row 1: A. Ross, M. Stanton, D. Rooney K. Gorgi- 
annaz, S. Goodman, W. Rose J. St. Germain. Row 2: 
L. Joldberg, R. Robuchard, S. Gliden, P. Ruggles, 
M. Rizzo L. Rodes Row 3: M. Santa, R. Ruscak, 
N. Russo, D. Roach, S. Rouike, D. Robertson, J. 
Robinson. 



S-211 

Mrs. Gambardella 



Row 1: T. Rao, J. Ribeiro, R. Poirier C. Richard, A. 
Randolfi", ?, ?, Row 2: H. Porter, P. Peterson, ?, 
James Generoso, H. Ramsay. Row 3: ]■ Gallant, W. 
Porter, B. Reed A. Raines, S. Gardner, C. Richard- 
son S. Rausei 



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S-306 

Miss Booth 



Row 1: W. Pedersen, J. Peros, M. Paige, G. O'Reilly, 
P. Papia, W. Ormerod, A. Perkins, S. Zimmerman, 
P. Picariello, J. Kendall, W. Patterson. 



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S-307 

Miss Robins 



Row 1: ?, R. Shapiro, J. Selby, M. Sennett, V. Smith, 
C. Skotland, C. Stankard, Row 2: L. Scafidi, ?, R. 
Sarno, C. Shelly E. Searle, J. Severino, L. Shirley, 
G. Saulnier. Row 3: D. Simpson, F. Saul, P. 
Meghonica, C. Sehaupus, G. Sawin. 





S-308 

Mr. Magno 



Row 1: S. Tomas, E. O'Neil, M. Susi, G. Sullivan, 

A. Surette, B. Sweeney, C. Spataro. Row 2: K. Soder- 
holm, H. Tate, M. Sweder, E. Stevens, ?, D. Stanley, 

B. Tobhill, G. Testa 



W-201 

Mrs. Davis 

& 
Miss Roberts 



Row 1: J. Harding, J. Handrahan, A. Hansen, K. 
Veno, B. Waitkunas, J. Webb, E. Handrahan, C. 
Zagami. Row 2: C. Welts, C. Vaccarello, M. Whalent, 
J. Tousignant, S. Ukraine, C. Wallace, V. Hamana, D. 
Vander Wyk, W. Trudeau. Row 3: P. Valente, R. 
Viles, W. Wellman, G. Wessell, W. Troie, J. Vincialla. 




189 




W-203 

Mr. Blossom 

& 
Mr. Quinlan 



Row 1: M. Poirier, L. Dunton, V. Fair, G. Eagan, 
C. Dowman, M. Doherty, J. Eldridge, M. Pizzi. 
Row 2: E. Enos, D. Eldridge, R. Duddy, J. Fahey, R. 
Poirier, D. Fallo, D. Dow, D. Duprez, S. Dollard. 



W-204 
Mrs. G. Johnson 



Row 1: L. Zeno, A. Picard, M. Pinkham, R. Pilicy, 
C. Wilkens, P. Norton, L. Worthington, R. Pitts 
Row 2: P. Wyskiel, R. Wood, D. O'Ceary, L. LeBlanc, 
R. Zammuto, J. Whittemore, P. Whelan. Row 3: B. 
O'Brien, B. Notte, R. O'Connor. 





S-08 

Work Study 
Mr. Healey 



Row 1: P. Talbot, R. Buckly, R. Lassman, E. Engle- 
man, P. O'Connell, C. Pratt, W. Braslo. Row 2: 
T. Masterson, D. Hire, L. Mesito, C. Shea, P. Forcier, 
R. Bouly. 



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S-010 

Mr. Steinberg 



Row 1: D. Bertrand, J. Bennett, D. Belliveau, D. 
Bonaclio, B. Beadoin, B. Bibbo, L. Barry, M. Benson, 
L. Bauer. Row 2: H. Boisvert, A. Belliveau, N. 
Barnard, W. Bilodeau, A. Belliveau, W. Barker, C. 
Barhyte, S. Bedver, C. Barry, A. Blinn. Row 3: 
C. Barber, P. Bella, J. Bardsley, C. Beck, R. Bonica, 
F. Baxter, T. Bardsley, P. Bergeran. 



S-013 

Mrs. Bowman 



Row 1: N. Brown, 'B. Browne, K. Burke, M. Breck, 
E. Buckley, K. Boyd, M. Burke, J. Boyd, M. Brophy. 
Rou> 2: M. Brown, M. Bowlby, J. Byron, B. Boyd, 
R. Boudrean, J. Brodrich, C. Bourque, S. Burton, 
J. Brooks. Row 3: A. Boudrean, J. Burley, W. Burke, 
K. Burns, R. Burns, S. Breault. 




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S-015 

Mrs. Mac Clary 



Row 1: S. Callahan, L. Caissie, J. Collucci, M. Casey, 
C. Chamberlain, M. Cannistraro, S. Cappadona, N 
Champagne, D. Caruso. Row 2: N. Cannizzo, B 
Chiasson, J. Chandonait, M. Cassidy, P. Casella, R 
Carlson, N. Cappadona, D. Cahill, C. Callahan, D 
Cericola. Row 3: R. Carlson, P. Canavaugh, J 
Castellano, G. Chiasson, W. Chaprales, P. Bythe 
wood, John Carroll, D. Cannistraro. 



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S-017 



Row 1 — A. Composto, P. Crowe, A. Cociverax, M. 
Colten, G. Cormier, L. Coraccio, L. Cormier, D. 
Cocco. Row 2 — M. Cusano, R. Coffin, J. Cox, R. 
Coish, P. Cotrone, R. Cincotta, R. Cincotta, H. 
Coffin, C. Collura. Row 3: G. Cormier, R. Cormier, 
S. Conlangelo, L. Crane, W. Cronin, G. Connolly, 
R. Cotton, P. Collins, T. Cuerdon. 





S-109 

Miss Snow 



Row 1: F. Dagostino, M. Delosa, L. Deagle, M. 
Daugman, D. Deneault, B. Decker, D. Davidson, 
S. Daigle. Row 2: D. Delaney, D. Darling, S. 
Davis, T. Defilippo, D. Delaire, J. Davis, J. Delosa, 
K. Dalfino, C. Dennison. Row 3: M. Delaney, R. 
Deloury, S. Deneault, R. Despres, A. Dellapace, D. 
Desrosiers. 



S-110 

Miss Decker 



Row 1: P. Decola, L. Dizer, M. Dion, K. Dohertt, 
S. Dilosenzo, L. DiPace, J. Doucet, D. Digregorio. 
Row 2: K. Devlin, C. Dilloway, C. Douglas, S. 
Donnelly, J. Dimatteo, L. Doherty. Row 3: P. Dou- 
cette, E. Doe, B. Doheny, S. Donahue, R. Doucette, 
R. Devincent. 




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S-m 

Miss Beaulne 



Row 1: A. Duffy, K. Eastler, K. Duddy, M. Focenda, 
P. Falconer, M. Edgar, C. Doucett, D. Dunham. 
Row 2: D. Ferro, C. Famosi, J. Uitti, S. Ellia, S. 
Doyle, K. Eblridge, N. Ellis. Row 3: R. Dubia, C. 
Egirous, M. Enik, R. Duddy, F. Dunlap, D. Duquette. 



S-112 

Mr. Opie 



Row 1: S. Gaudet, P. Gatta, L. Frost, D. Fuller, S. 
Gardner, G. Gillis, M. Genova, G. Gallant. Row 2: 
D. Franks, R. Gal, D. Furbush, A. Giardina, R. 
Gaudet, F. Gardiner, G. Gauvin, M. Flanagan, R. 
Frary. Row 3: J. Geoghegan, C. Foley, A. Flanders, 
R. Gauvin, W. Gebhardt, W. Fiore, J. Foley, T. 
Foote. 





S-113 
Miss Scott 



Row 1: M. Gordon, S. Heintz, J. Gregorieus, S. 
Gullotti, D. Hachey, S. Harvey, K. Hayes, L. Hal- 
loran, P. Hart. Row 2: D. Guzzi, J. Hession, M. 
Greene, L. Gregorieus, M. Gironard, A. Hache, W. 
Greenwood. Row 3: J. Haskell. J. Halstead, P. 
Dolber, R. Haunund, R. Gladhill, S. Hawkins, C. 
Haggen. 



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S-114 

Mrs. Morris 



Row 1: J. Hill, S. Jigarjian, D. Hopkins, J. Jigarjian, 
J. Kelley, P. Kay, L. Johnson, E. Jenkins. Row 2: 
D. Jenkins, C. Johnson, N. Judkins, D. Jones, W. 
Keefe, R. Hines, K. Horrigan, D. Hurley. Row 3: 
H. Joyal, S. Jaksina, P. Keane, R. Keefe, W. Kadzis, 
P. Jones, S. Joyal, B. Horenstein 





S-115 

Mrs. Murphy 



Row 1: K. Kirriane, K. Krehn, L. LaCrosse, M. 
Kelley, L. Kelley, M. Lally, P. Lang, K. King. Row 2: 
R. LaLima, G. Lomonde, M. Leonard, A. LeBlanc, 
D. Krome, L. Lawless, J. LeBlanc, T. Landry, L. 
Kiley, K. LeBlanc. 



S-117 

Mrs. Marr 



Row 1: K. Lovejoy, J. LeShame, A. Loughry, A. 
MacLennan, D. Lowell, A. Leriou, E. Long, O. 
Leger, S. Mahoney. Row 2: K. MacLeod, L. Leslie, 
R. Lester, S. Cincotta, P. Legere, R. Lorette, C. 
Lee, N. MacLennan, P. Lombardi, P. LeBlanc, R. 
Leonard. Row 3: G. LeFort, W. Lord, D. Lopez, G. 
Lewis, D. Mabie, R. Lemay, M. Leonard, S. Lillis. 




195 




S-118 

Mrs. Murphy 



Row 1: C. McGovern, B. McGrath, M. McLaughlin, 
J. McCue, E. Martin, M. Malloy, M. McCarthy, F. 
Maloney. Row 2: B. McGann, E. McGonigle, E. 
McGinty, J. Mancuso, J. Mclnns, B. McGovern, L. 
McDonald, C. Martin. Row 3: F. McKenna, R. 
Mancuso, S. McGovern, J. McCarthy, R. McKenna, 
M. McGovern, V. Matcantonio. 



S-213 

Mrs. Roby 



Row 1: M. Mitchell, M. Dawn, J. Milioto, P. Mogan, 
S. Mula, J. Both, C. Moore. Row 2: K. Stahl, R. 
Mollin, J. Muise, D. Morrison, L. MiLinazzo, P. 
Gentile, P. Morrison, C. Morgan. Row 3: D. Miller, 
P. McPherson, M. Rorrell, J. Merrullo, D. Mickalsen. 





S-214 

Mrs. Kellermann 



Row 1: P. Neary, J. O' Brien, M. Oliveto, D. 
Murphy, V. Oatt, D. Nolan, M. Murphy, C. O'Laugh- 
lin. Row 2: G Munson, M. Naughton, M. Najarian, 
J. O'Neil, E. Noonan, P. Nutile, D. Parrella, A. 
Murphy. Row 3: D. Murray, R. Nessolini, M. O'Dea, 
S. Nix, J. O'Kane, J. Nagle, W. Nurse, S. Newell. 



196 



S-215 

Miss Mallonee 



Row 1: C. Peterson, S. Porretta, L. Park, P. Palumbo, 
J. Porter, L. Pederson, J. Page, D. Palmer, E. Pagliazo. 
Row 2: C. Parisi, D. Paquette, D. Palmer, C. Poli- 
cronos, P. Perelli, W. Peace, J. Parveni, S. Parrella, 
J. Passerllo. Row 3: F. Howley, K. Mcpherson, D. 
Pintabone, A. Palumbo, G. Pitts, G. Pilla, K. Perry. 





S-216 

Mrs. Carney 



Row 1: P. Powderly, J. Ristuccia, D. Reasor, M. 
Remal, C. Powerss, K. Ramberg, ? , S. 

Procyk. Row 2: E. Rigoli, N. Reid, P. Ray, D. 
Ricciato. Row 3: D. Rhodes, W. Richard, D. Pres- 
seau, J. Quinn, D. Quigg, R. Natartomoso, G. 
Rigoli, R. Porter. 



S-217 

Mr. French 



Row 1: L. Roldan, D. Santa, P. Roy, S. Ryan, D. 
Sallaway, G. Robichaud, D. Santa, B. Rockefeller. 
Row 2: D. Russo, S. Rushlov, E. Russu, ? , 

A. Samolonis, J. Rooney, P. Ryberg, P. Rubin, D. 
Russo. Row 3: E. Rubian, T. Santoluato, J. Romeo, 
J. Russo, J. Russo. 




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S-218 

Mr. Richman 



Row 1: D. Saulnier, C. Schooner, S. Scheinfeldt, C. 
Siragusa, P. Shea, J. Shedd, ? , D. Schreiber, 

J. Shedd; Row 2: H. Sousa, N. Spracklin, D. 
Spurj, ? , M. Soave, J. Schools, S. Small, D. 

Senarian, E. Sheehey; Row 3: K. Sneider, J. Shin- 
nick, D. Sheck, C. Sickman, K. Scannell, P. Starck, 
M. Smith, B. Bruns. 



S-311 

Mrs. France 



Row 1: J. Trombley, L. Ultaro, M. Swenson, J. 
Tanner, R. Tortola, P. Veilleux, J. Vanaria, M. 
Taylor. Row 2: J. Umbrello, M. Sullivan, K. Tyler, 
E. Tirone, J. Tirone, R. Stoney, D. Vautour, R. 
Tumminelli, J. Stepanian, D. Tobin; Row 3: S. 
Teller, J. Vecchoire, G. Thorn, E. Thomas, T. 
Thompolous, R. Tymar, R. Sturtevant, D. Tower. 





S-312 

Mr. Cororan 



Row 3: J. Welts, B. Vincuilla, J. Wright, D. Zwirbla, 
R. Whitney, R. Vandohlen, J. Walker, A. Venuti, 
W. Yorsten; Row 2: M. Young, J. White, C. 
Vincuilla, R. Vincent, L. Whitford, L. Zaccagnin, A. 
Thibodeau, D. Zacher; Row 1: D. Zammuto, G. 
Fitzpatrick, C. Wystiel, E. Weinstein, E. Willems, 
J. Wheaton, D. Young, S. Zilinstas. 



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PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS FOR THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 



HOMEROOM W-04— MR. McKNIGHT 




ROBERT BAKER 
DONNA BASSAKIDES 
RUTH BEAL 
LINDA BEAUDET 
HARRIET BECK 
MARY BECK 
RONALD BELIDA 
CAROLYN BELLA 
ERIC BELLIVEAU 
DAVID BENINATI 
DAVID BENTLEY 
JANET BERAN 



MARK BERBERIAN 
HAROLD BERNSTEIN 
WILLIAM BERRY 
JOSEPH BONICA 
LUCILLE BOUCHARD 
BERNARD BOUCHER 
RALPH BOWEN 
KAREN BOWLEY 
ANN BUCKLEY 
ROBERT BURCKES 
KENNETH BURLEY 
GLORIA DUINEUS 



ROY JOHNSTON 

929 Main St. 
TW 3-4975 



Compliments 
of 

ABBOTT FORD SALE, INC. 

(Your Waltham Ford Dealer) 

109 Linden St. 
Waltham 

TW 4-1106 

GALAXIES— THUNDERBIRDS— FAIRLANES 
FALCONS— TRUCKS 



Congratulations and Best Wishes for 

a Happy Future to the Members of the 

CLASS OF 1967 



LEO GALLITANO 



Tel. 894-0423 Res. 894-6919 

CAMUTI 
PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC 

GAS AND OIL BURNERS 



REMODELING 



EDWARD F. PERILLI 
Master Plumber 



976 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




TCLlPHONt: TWINBHOOK t-4ft 



CABLES AUTOSPORT WALTHAM 



HIGH PERFORMANCE CARS, INC. 



90 LINDEN STREET, WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



SALES 



SERVICE 



SPECIALIST MODIFICATIONS 





MG AUSTIN-HEALEY MORGAN 



BANKS SQUARE 
FRUIT & PRODUCE 

979 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4707 




JAMES E. REGAN, 
Realtor 

Real Estate and Insurance 



PHONE 893-1181 

100 Hammond Street 
Waltham 34, Massachusetts 



DIAMONDS 



WATCHES 



MARCOU JEWELERS 



3 Moody St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-2220 



HIGH SCHOOL JEWELRY 



HOMEROOM W-07-MR. G. O'BRIEN 




BARBARA BENSON 
MARY BOUCHER 
CHERYL CAISEY 
JOHN CAMERON 
CHARLES CAMINITI 
LILLIAN CAMPOBASSO 
RUSSELL CANEY 
RICHARD CANNISTRARO 
JOHN CAPPADONA 
KAREN CARAGULIAN 



CARLA CARDILLO 
SANDRA CARDILLO 
DIANNE CARTY 
JOSEPH CARUSO 
MICHELLE CARUSO 
PATRICIA CARUSO 
SANDRA CARUSO 
WILLIAM CAVANAUGH 
DONNA CAVICCHI 
KAREN CRAWFORD 



GORDON WARD 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



MULLEN LUMBER COMPANY 



SUDBURY, MASS. 



HOMEROOM W-09-MISS CHRISTENSEN 




MARJORIE CHAGNON 
JUDITH CHAISSON 
LINDA CHAMBERLAIN 
GEORGIA CHAMBERS 
DONNA CHAMPAGNE 
KATHLEEN CHAMPAGNE 
JAN CHAPMAN 
NOREEN CHARTIER 
ANN CHASE 
DEBORAH CONNOLLY 



BRENDA CONSTANTINE 
WILLIAM COONEY 
LINDA CORMIER 
LORRAINE CORMIER 
LEONARD CORREIA 
DAVID COUGHLAN 
LYNDA COX 
DIANE COXALL 
PATRICIA COYE 
MARK DOLBER 



HOMEROOM W-10C— MISS BABB 




JUDITH NEDZA 
JOYCE NEWIS 
WILLIAM NOLAN 
THOMAS NORTON 
DANIEL O'BRIEN 
MAUREEN O'BRIEN 
ROBERT O'BRIEN 
PAUL O'CONNELL 
THOMAS O'KEEFE 
MARCIA O'MALLEY 
JAMES O'MARA 



DONNA ORIFICE 
REGINALD ORIFICE 
KAREN OTOOLE 
GERARD OUELLETTE 
CAROLE OWENS 
DEBORAH PAGE 
PATRICIA PAGE 
LINDA PALERMO 
PAULA PALMER 
RICHARD PALUMBO 
JAMES PANTANELLA 



CHRISTINE PAVONE 



Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 

GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 

Summer Street 
1 WALTHAM, 

MASS. 


tiL 


ARTISAN 
INDUSTRIES INC. 

73 Pond Street 
Waltham 54, Massachuetts 

Affiliates of: 

ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. 

HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. 
THE JET-VAC CORPORATION 
METAL FABRICATORS CORP. 

KONTRO COMPANY, INC. 


M BETTER BUILDING MATERIALS ■ 


IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 

232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



HOMEROOM W-107-MR. CURRY 




CARL ATTARDO 
LLOYD GAUTREAU 
ELIZABETH IAGULLI 
DAVID INGERSOLL 
WINSLOW JACKSON 
STEPHEN JAIS 
MICHAEL JOHANSEN 
CARL JOHNSON 
HARRIET JOHNSON 
PHILIP JOLIAT 
RICHARD JONES 
EDMUND JOYAL 
MICHAEL JOYAL 
PAUL JULIANO 
LOUIS KARAMAS 



DOROTHY KAUFMAN 
RONALD KEIRSTEAD 
JOHN KELLY, JR. 
REBECCA KILGORE 
DAVID KINGSBURY 
VLADIMAR KLIMOVICZ 
JANICE KNEELAND 
GRACE KYTE 
SUSAN KYTE 
STEPHEN LA CROIX 
CHERYL LA CROSSE 
NORMAN NEU JR. 
DAVID NEVARD 
DONALD NIX 
DAVID NOKE 



B. C AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS and DIAL MICROMETERS 

131 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Mass. 







i® 



The MASTER* Line — The COMPLETE Line of Materials Handling Equipment 



LEWIS-SHEPARD 

125 WALNUT ST. WATERTOWN, MASS. 02172 



® 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 Main St. 



Compliments of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 
653 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



HOMEROOM W-109-MRS. FELDMAN 




NADINE BOUCHER 
CATHERINE CAPPADONA 
KAREN CONNOLLY 
KEVIN GALLAGHER 
DAVID LA HAISE 
EILEEN LA MARC A 
JAMES LAMBROS 
PATRICIA LAMPORT 
MARY LANDRIGAN 
SANDRA LANDRY 
CATHLEEN LAZARO 
JOAN LAZARO 
JAMES LEARNED 
FREDERICK LEARY 
MAUREEN LE BLANC 



M. RACHELLE LE BLANC 
JOHN LEFORT 
WAYNE LEFORT 
PATRICIA LEGER 
JUDITH LEMAY 
MICHAEL LENZA 
PETER LEONARD 
DONALD LE SHANE 
HELMUT LOESER 
STEPHEN LOPEZ 
STEPHEN LOVEJOY 
SANDRA LOVEQUIST 
DEREK LOWELL 
PATRICIA LEYDON 
MARY LYNCH 



KATHLEEN PERPERAS 
JANICE PHEENEY 
ROBERT PHILLIPS 



J 



THE THREE SONS INC. 



&zn**u*te f (2*nC&, ^&t& Ttandone 



154 RIVER STREET 
WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 894-2111 



Compliments 
of 

RINEHART FUNCTIONAL 
HANDWRITING SYSTEM 

764 Main Street 
Waltham 

893-6078 


ADCOLE 
CORPORATION 

330 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


"Your Favorite Yarn Store" 

CONGRESS TEXTILE CO. 

102 School St. 
TW 3-7722 


TEL. TW 3-0654 / ^. 

BENNET R. O'NEIL (Jg|) 

Guild Optician — 

742 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBRARY 


Congratulations and 

Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 

1910 — Our 57th Year — 1967 

LOPEZ TRUCKING, INC 

131 Linden Street Port Newark 
Waltham, Mass. New Jersey 

Tel.: TWinbrook 3-7900 Tel.: Mltchel 3-8021 

"Always 
at Your 
Service" 



HOMEROOM W-110— MRS. SULLIVAN 








l&P^I *■ or *^*^ 


PHYLLI 


S LEMIEUX 


HOLLY MALLEY 


GEORGE LEONARD 


CHARLENE MALLOY 


PETER LILLIS 


PETER MANZON 


ELIZABETH LINNELL 


LINDA MARRANO 


MARY ANN MACCIO 


BEVERLY MARSH 


LYNN MAC DONALD 


THERESE MARSHALL 


JOSEPH MAC DONALD 


DOREEN MARTIN 


SALLY MAC IVOR 


MICHAEL MARTIN 


CAROL MAC KAY 


CAROL MARTORILLI 


JOHN MAC KENZIE 


DONNA MASELLI 


SANDRA MAC KUSICK 


LESLIE MASON 


BRUCE MAC LEOD 


MARGARET MASTERSON 


DIANE MAC CLURE 


JOHN MAY 


ROBERT MAC NEIL 


BEVERLEY PIDGE 


RICHARD MAGAZU 


DONALD PIERCE 


STEPHEN MAHONEY, JR. 


PAUL PILICY 


ELAINE 


! MALDE 


SUZANNE PLAMONDON 




SUBURBAN 





SCHOOL 



FULL SECRETARIAL AND 
SHORT COURSES 

OPEN ALL YEAR, 
DAY AND EVENING 

STANDARDS — HIGHEST 

RATES — MODEST 

LOCATION — CONVENIENT 

FREE PARKING 



OOOOOOOOOQO 
QOOQOOOGOOO 

3 OOOOOOOOOi) 5 




HOMEROOM W-205-MRS. STANTON 




DIANNE PORTER 
PATRICIA PRATT 
RONALD PRESTI 
ELIZABETH RHODES 
NORMAN RHODES 
LAURIE RICHARD 
DONNA RIGOLI 
DIANE RIVARD 
RICHARD RIVERS 
KATHLEEN RYAN 
DONNA RYBERG 
DIANE SABETTI 
MARY ANN SALAMONE 
WAYNE SALPIETRO 
MARIE SAN SOUCIE 
ELAINE SANTANGELO 



ELIZABETH SARNO 
ROBERTA SARNO 
JOSEPH SAULNIER 
ELSIE SAUVE 
DONALD SAVOY 
DONNA SCAFIDI 
GARY SCALESE 
PATRICIA SLAMAN 
JUDITH SLOET 
PAUL STEMPSON 
ROBERT STERLING 
DIANE STEVENS 
MARILYN STOCKWELL 
MARION STONE 
JAMES STONEY 
WARREN STORER 



WALTHAM COAL & OIL 
CO. INC. 

691 Main Street 
894-0116 

Complete Oil Heating Service 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 

FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& 

LOAN ASSOCIATION 


TWinbrook 4- 1 900 /^PmK 

'"-Burke* 

MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 

1 1 3 Crescent Street 
P. E. BURKE Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 

515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 


F. W. DERBEYSHIRE, INC. 

265 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2900 


^^p^ea^ata^ .£jfegafc*v ULJ 

FLORIST 

Telephone 225-229 High Street 
TWinbrook 4-6161 WaJtham 54, Mass. 


WALTHAM 
PHARMACY 

757 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-7980 



Compliments 
of 

SAMUEL SABETTI 
MASON 


COLONIAL KITCHEN 

19 Crescent St. Waltham 
TW 4-4010 


NEW ENGLAND STORES 

DISCOUNT 

5 & 10— WALLEX SHOPPING CENTER 

852 Lexington St., Waltham 


CONNIE'S SUPERETTE 

ITALIAN & AMERICAN COLDCUTS & SUBS 
525 Moody St. 


FRANK STEVENS 

HEALTH AIDS, BEAUTY SUPPLIES 

COSMETICS WIGS 
318 Moody St. Waltham 


Compliments of 

SAL'S 

PIZZA SUBS FRIED SEAFOOD 

Corner of Newton & Main 

893-8993 


WEDDINGS <^jg£ 
ALL OCCASIONS wRS' 
SYMPATHY BOUOUETS M ZM 

ANDERSON FLORIST **W 

JZ>ciaa*u» i+t, ^'/Zzufoti, Telephones 
196 Moody Street 894-1843 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 899-1370 


TWinbroolt 25 Years Experience 
4-5372 

GORDON 
BILLIARD SUPPLY CO. 

Sales and Service 

EXPERT REPAIRING ON ALL BILLIARD TABLES 
AUTHORIZED BRUNSWICK DEALER 

8 Hammond Street 
GORDON MYERS Waltham, Mass. 


(£+^ DEXTER DRUG CO. 

(Gl^Bj) PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 
^S^ JOHN P. DEXTER, Reg. Pharm. 

Cor. Main and Rich Sts., TW 4-0196, Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments of 

MASS. HARDWARE 

170 High St. Waltham 
893-6711 


Compliments of 

WAYSIDE BARBER SHOP 

471 Main St. Waltham 


BUDDY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Corner of Lyman & Main Sts. 


THOMAS A. JOYCE & CO. 

135 Moody Street Twinbrook 4-2815 
Waltham. Massachusetts 02)54 



Compliments 
of 



r\uddo ^>Mrt studios 



EST. 1900 



COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Photographers since 1900 



TW4-4881 



TW 9-3034 



853 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




•Mair ufyling 
ly Joni 



IF YOUR HAIR ISN'T BECOMING TO YOU 
YOU SHOULD BE COMING TO US" 



Compliments of 

FAULKNER'S 



685 Main St. 



Waltham 



Friendly Service 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Real Estate 
893-4808 



Compliments of 

COLEMAN AND SONS, REALTORS 



METROPOLITAN 
PHARMACY 

1090 Lexington Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

LEONARD DUBIN. B.S. Reg. Pharm. 

TW 4-2146 



d.a. BRUNTON go. 



••■e.. •« « .111 



MICftOWAVI COMPONENTS A ANTINNAS 

IXPIJtIMCNtAl MACHINISTS 



10 41 Cu-ff S> WalImam v t mass 



LEVIN'S 
for the Finest in Fabrics 

22 Lexington Street 
Waltham 54. Mass. 

TWinbroolc 3-7143 



■ 



MASS BROKEN 
STONE CO. 

133 Boston Post Rd. 
Weston, Mass. 

TW 3-0489 


CONGRATULATIONS 

—BEST WISHES— 

TW 3-2343 

Repairs — Remodeling — New Systems 

MICHAEL B. CLANCY 

Heating — Cooling — 
General Sheet Metal 

1 1 Bacon Street Waltham 54, Mass. 


SULLIVAN AUTOMOTIVE 
SERVICE CORP. 

1017 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
TW 3-7336 


TW 4-4124 

FRANCES 

STYLE ROOM BEAUTY SALON 
114 Trapelo Road, Waltham, Mas. 

Beauty is a Woman's Duty 


SMS 


HIGH STREET VARIETY 

Quality Cold Cuts — Submarines To Go 
893-9527 


Compliments of 

UNIVERSITY SHOE REPAIR 

903 Main Street 
Waltham 


Compliments of 

QUEEN CLEANERS 

266 Moody St.— Waltham 



HOMEROOM W-206— MR. FLEMING 




CARL PINTABONE 
JOAN PRICE 
STEPHEN PRIEST 
CHARLES PROCTOR 
STEPHEN PROIA 
MARY SCHEIER 
KAREN SCHOPEN 
NICOLA SCIOLI 
ELINOR SEIDMAN 
RUTH SELLERS 
PATRICK SHARKEY 
LYLE SHELLY 
WILLIAM SHINNICK 
IRENE SLAGER 
ARLENE SILVA 
JANE SINCLAIR 



BOBBY SMITH 
DAVID SMITH 
ELIZABETH SMITH 
JANICE SMITH 
LORRAINE SMITH 
RONALD SMITH 
HARRY SNIEDER 
ROSALIND SOLTES 
SUSAN SPAULDING 
FRANK STRAZZULLO 
MARK STRUM 
ROBERT SUMNER 
JOSEPH SUSI 
JUDITH SUTER 
SUSAN SWANSON 
WILLIAM SWEET 




\ '"Z* r? ^ 



It's Smarter to Charter 

For All Occasions 
Call Waltham 

TW 3-7330 

MIDDLESEX & BOSTON 
STREET RAILWAY CO. 

1020 Main St., Waltham 



Compliments 
of 



PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC 



3 16' Summer St. 
BOSTON 10, MASS. 



Caps - Gowns - Hoods 



BEST WISHES FROM ROOM S-03 



Phyllis Bourque 
William Boyce 
Charles Boyd 
John Boyle 
Sharon Bradley 
Deborah Brannelly 
Judith Brazell 
Denise Breau 



Michael Brescia 
Nancy Bright 
Charlene Bry 
Lawrence Buccella 
James Burke 
John Burke 
Evelyn Burns 
Kathleen Burns 



Bernard Caissie 
Jacquelyn Caissie 
Rose Ellen Caissie 
James F. Callahan 
John J. Callahan 
Peter Cameron 
Vivian Campobasso 
James Canning 
Nancy Caramanica 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1967 

MIKE O'NEIL 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 


GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 

For Men and Boys 
Tel. TW 3-1088 331 Moody Street 


ROOM S-013 


NATIONAL CLOTHES 

373 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-5143 

Complete Line of 
Clothing and Furnishings 


ROOM S-UO 



HOMEROOM S-108— MR. PERONI 




CLAUDE DAIGLE 
JANE DE PASS 
LUCILLE DORMER 
CHARLES DUNBAR 
SANDRA FALLO 
LINDA FALONE 
MARIA FALZONE 
LINDA FEDELE 
JANE FEELEY 
MARIE FEI 
SUSAN FELT 
LINDA FERRANTE 
MARY FERRICK 



LORRAINE FERRO 
JOHN FIELD 
ANNETTE FINAMORE 
LYNNE FLANIGAN 
JOSEPH FOLEY 
ETHAN FORBES 
LESLIE FORGIONE 
DAVID FRASER 
LEE FRASER 
WALTER FRENCH 
BARBARA FUCCI 
MARIA GAJDA 
MARIAN GALLAGHER 



LAWRENCE FERRO 



Compliments of 


MIDDLESEX FAMILY 


CO-OPERATIVE BANK 


20 Lexington St. 


MENDELSOHN'S 


469 Moody St. 


Waltham 


Best Wishes 
from 


Compliments of 


JENNY HEATING OIL 

101 1 Main St.— Waltham 


PERODEAU'S 
SERVICE STATION 


FOR A MEAL OR A SNACK— VISIT . . . 

DOYLE'S RESTAURANT 


Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1967 

KING INSTRUMENT CORP. 


TEL.: 893-9649 


23 Fox Road 


THOMAS E. DOYLE 641 Main Street 


Waltham, Mass. 


Proprietor Waltham, Mass. 02154 


TW 95110 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY— 1967 SENIOR MEMBERS 



ALAN ACKERMAN 
FRANCIS ARCHDEACON 
CAROL ARIZMENDI 
ELAINE ARSENAULT 
KAREN AYKANIAN 
LINDA BATTISTA 
LINDA BEAUDET 
BARBARA BENSON 
JANET BERAN 
HAROLD BERNSTEIN 
LUCILLE BOUCHARD 
JOHN BROOKS 
ROBERT BURCKES 
SANDRA CARDILLO 
JOSEPH CARUSO 
AMY CHITTENDEN 
STEPHEN CRAIN 
DOROTHY DALY 
SUSAN DAVIDSON 
DIANE DeMARCO 
JANICE DESROSIERS 
KAREN DODGE 
CATHERINE DOUCETTE 
ISABELLE DOUCET 
HAROLD GARNHAM 
NADIA FILOSA 
SHEILA FOLEY 



SHIRLEY HAINES 
LOUIS KARAMAS 
SUSAN KYTE 
JOHN LEHANE 
JAMES LAMBROS 
JAMES LEARNED 
HELMUT LOESER 
RICHARD MAGAZU 
HOLLY MALLEY 
PETER MANZON 
LESLIE MASON 
JOHN McFARLAND 
NANCY McGUIRE 
KATHERINE McHUGH 
RICHARD McKENZIE 
RONALD MILLER 
BARBARA MURPHY 
ROBERT NARDONE 
JAMES OLIVETO 
ANTHONY PARELLA 
SUSAN PERNA 
NANCY RANDO 
GAIL RESNIKOFF 
MARY SCHEIER 
IRENE SHLAGER 
PATRICIA TERI 
MARTHA WELLINGTON 
VIVIAN ZWEIG 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 
CO., INC 



Contractors — Engineers 



16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4403 



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HUB TESTING 
LABORATORIES 

71 Massasoit Street • Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 • (617) 893-8330 

Engineers — Chemists — Inspectors 



NICKERSON & 
HILLS, INC. 

917 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



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CHARTERHOUSE 
MOTOR HOTEL 



Route 128 (Exit 48E) 

at Winter Street 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

TWinbroolc 9-8700 

DAVID A. TROY 
General Manager 

HOTEL CORPORATION OF AMERICA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



JOHN F. PAINO 

AND 

ANTHONY J. LA CAVA 



HOMEROOM W-207— MR. FOLEY 




ROBERT PARVENIK 
CATHY SINCLAIR 
ELAINE SINCLAIR 
SHARON SINCLAIR 
JOHN SINERATE 
PAULINE TABER 
EDMUND TARALLO 
EVELYN TAURISANO 
PATRICIA TERI 
JOANNE TESTA 
JOANN TESTA 
JANICE TEXEIRA 
CHRISTINE THAMBASH 



HELEN THEOS 
ELLEN THIDEMANN 
CHERYL THOMPSON 
THOMAS TIERNEY 
MICHAEL TOMAO 
ELIZABETH TOOHIL 
FRANCIS TORTALANO 
KATHLEEN TOY 
JEANNE TROMBLEY 
PETER TROMBLEY 
RONALD TROWBRIDGE 
LAWRENCE VANARIA 
KENNETH VASSELIN 










OF BOSTON-WALTHAM 



TOTTEN POND ROAD AT RTE. 128 
{WINTER STREET EXIT 48 & 48E) 

WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone: 617-899-3000 

Restaurant Lounge 
Swimming Pool 

BEN WELLS Innkeeper 



Congratulations 
from 

ROOM S-307 



Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM W-203 



"A woman of beauty is a joy forever" 

JO-ANNE'S BEAUTY STUDIO 

Your Appointment 
Date 

Time 
— Open Thursday and Friday Evenings Until 9- 

TWinbroolc 4-6656 

243 High St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



TWinbrook 3-1345 
BJgelow 4-2489 



Justice of the Peace 
Notary Public 



john p. McQueen insurance agency, inc. 

Insurance of Every Description 
and Bonds 

828 Moody St. Waltham 54, Mass. 



Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham. Mass. 
TWinbrook 3-9342 
ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 
KEVIN RITCEY 



ROOM S-216 



Compliments 
of 

THE CHEERLEADERS 



Compliments of 

ROBERT KENNEDY 

Prescription Optician 
3-7356 Waltham 



ROOM W-03— MISS SALTMAN 




Carol Arizmendi 
David Babb 
Charles Baker 
Thomas Bannon 
Robert Barber 



Harold Bardsley 
Robert Barnard 
Charles Barnes 
Joseph Barry 
Louis Bartleman 



Margaret Bassing 
Edgar Bastarache 
Janet Black 
Margaret Blanchet 
Neal Block 



Judith Buckley 
Albert Buonomo 
Antonina Buonomo 
Maurice Burke 
Steven Burke 



Carol Busa 



TWinbrook 3-8800 



McKENZIE TRAVEL SERVICE, INC 



JOHN D. McKENZIE 
President and Treasurer 

194 Moody Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



Congratulations to the Class of 1967 



HEWLETT 



PACKARD M SANBORN 

mm division 



Manufacturers of Electronic Measurement 



Equipment for Medicine and Industry 



Route 128 in Waltham 



GUARANTY TRUST 
COMPANY 



600 Main St. 

Waltham 

Mass. 



Compliments of 



ITEK CORPORATION 



1605 Trapelo Road 

Waltham 

Massachusetts 



One-Stop 
Showcase of Value 



CHEVROLETS 
CHEVY II 
CHEVELLE 



CORVAIRS 
CORVETTE 
CAMARO 



On Display at 

BILL MITCHELL'S 

WEST END 

CHEVROLET 

110 South St., Waltham— TW 4-9000 



HOUSE OF PIZZA 



897 Main St.— Wal+ham 



FEATURING ALL TYPES OF: 

Pizza 

Sandwiches 

Subs 



Our Specialty Is Barbecues 



Telephone 893-9047 



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Compliments of 


WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 


77 Rumford Ave., Waltham 


CUSTOM SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 


ALEXANDER STEEL 




EQUIPMENT CORP. 


Compliments 
of 


HALLOWELL • PENCO 
LYON • BORROUGHS 


J. F. & F. 1. 


Lockers — Shelving — Cabinets 


ROBINSON, 


Automotive Bins — Materials 


INC 


Handling — Shop Equipment 
plus all other brands 


■ 1 ^ Vrf . 


Deliver • Erect • Install 


All Forms 


891-5780-5781 


of Insurance 


101 RIVER ST., WALTHAM 




Good Luck 
from 


Congratulations 
from 


ROOM S-05 


ROOM S-106 



-tottf 


Compliments 
of 

MAIN STREET 
AUTO SALES & 
SERVICE, INC. 

Peter 

1036 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


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V 


893-9724 




893-2260 



Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM S-04 



Compliments of 

PRICE BATTERY CO. 

Division of General Battery 
and Ceramic Corp. 

Waltham, Mass. 



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{ROLLER SKATIMiS| 



I jJiSTAURANT % 



60LF- BILLIARDS 



FULL 
COURSE 9^t 

DINNER **** 




ROOM S-202 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbroolt 3-3797 



NEWTON STREET 
Chevron Station 

105 Newton Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



ROOM S-207 



NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 



HARVEY INDUSTRIES, INC. 

Manufacturers and Distributors 
of Aluminum Building Products 



MAY'S BAKERY 



World's Most Progressive Bakery 



571 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



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ROOM W-209-MISS KOLEDO 




Peggy Phillips 
Donald Priest 
Patricia Wrye 
Kathleen Vail 
Henry Vannasse 
Domenic Viscione 
John Viveiros 



Carolyn Wadman 
Cleophas Walker 
Pamela Wall 
Bethel Walsh 
Michael Warren 
Royal Warren 



William Welch, Jr. 
Martha Wellington 
Gail Whalen 
Bruce Wheeler 
Elaine Wolfe 
Pat Wrye 



Thomas Wood 
Peter Yetten 
James Yurkus 
Jane Yurkus 
Michael Zakur 
Mary Zukatynski 



ROOM S-204 



ROOM W-201 



ROOM S-213 



ROOM S-312 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1967 

IRWIN'S 
FURNITURE 



877 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWINBROOK 3-8575 

"We Give S&H Green Stamps" 



SHEER SIGN CO., INC. 

"Every Sign A Design" 
182 High St. Waltham 

TW 4-4129 



Congratulations 
from 

ROOM S-OI 




Compliments 
of 

EMBASSY 
THEATER 



Compliments 
of 

ROOM S-02 




THE WAL-LEX MERCHANTS 7 ASSOCIATION 


WAL-LEX CLEANERS 


MR. CHARLES MEN'S & 


STOP AND SHOP 


BOY'S CLOTHING 


GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY 


CLOTHING 


FLYNN T.V. 


WAL-LEX SHOES 


NEW ENGLAND STORES 


DEFINO'S 


LAUREL SHOP 


WAL-LEX HARDWARE 


BARBARA ANN BAKERY 


BATES PHARMACY 


WAL-LEX CAR WASH 


PLAYPEN 


THOMAS P. HOLLAND CLOTHING 




Formal Wear 
647 Main St. TW 3-0912 


BYRON'S MEN'S STORE 




Complete Formal Rental Service 
348-386 Moody St. 


WEST END HARDWARE CO. 


901 Main St. 


893-7053 


TW 3-0296 




TWinbrook 3-2065 




TAYTERS 


—Potato 


Chips — 


ELUSTON WHITMORE 


1 1 8 Calvary Street 


Owner 


Waltham, Mass. 


NANKING CHINESE RESTAURANT 




659 Main St., Waltham 


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Television & Radio Co. 

931 Main St. 


Compliments 
of 


PROFESSIONAL 


TW 3-6607 TW 3-3921 


PHARMACY 




831 Main Street 




Waltham, Massachusetts TWinbrook 9-2300 





THE WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
BOOSTERS CLUB 



To Promote and Encourage Athletic Activities at 
Waltham High School" 



CONGRATULATES 
THE CLASS OF 1967 

and 



Extends a cordial invitation to all to join with the 
BOOSTERS in encouraging and rewarding scholar-athletics 
at Waltham High School. 



PAUL J. FAHEY, Class of '33 
President 

DAVID L MITCHELL, Class of '52 THOMAS W. TAYLOR, Class of '57 

Vice President — Treasurer Secretary 



P.O. Box 461, Waltham, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

to 

the Class of '67 

ROOM S-09 



Congratulations 
from 

ROOM S-015 



Compliments of 

THE AUDIO-VISUAL 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Richard McKenzie 

Wayne Salpietro 

Carmen John Morreale 

Michael Tomao 

Harry Sneider 



Compliments of 

ROGERS PHARMACY 

923 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
894-1800 



Compliments of 

ACTRONICS, INC. 

166 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-7030 



Wt DOINGS 

ALL OCCASIONS 

SYMPATHY BOUOOEIS 

ANDERSON FLORIST 



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TW 4-0240 



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SULLIVAN'S 



GREETING CARDS • STATIONERY • TOYS • GIFT WRAPS 
CIGARS • CIGARETTES • TOBACCOS 



J. F. SULLIVAN 



Cor. Main & Prospect Sts. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



LEWS FASHION SHOPPE 

"For Dresses — It's Lew's" 

377 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2066 



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FRANCIS J. JOYCE & SON 



Established 1910 



FUNERAL HOME 



552 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



"THE 
FRIENDLY 
CITIZENS" 



FULL SERVICE BANK 



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W MOODY STREET ♦ WAITHAM. MASS. 

MEMBER 
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION • FEDERAL RESERVE SVSTEM 



Telephone LAsell 7-0459 



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FDR RENTAL 

23d CALIFORNIA STREET NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 




FLOYD HAMILTON 

RES. PHONE 
TWINBHOOK 4-5122 



THOMAS McCULLOUGH 

RES. PHONE 



C. R. SWANEY 
CO., INC. 



196 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1967 



Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1967 

From 

RANDOLPH & BALDWIN 
MACHINE WORKS, INC. 

100 Felton St. 
TW 4-2157 



Compliments of 



WALTHAM YELLOW CAB 



7 Moody St. 
893-3400 



CLASS OF '67— GO FORWARD 



On this Graduation Day, 

Stop and reminisce; 

About the years you spent in school, 

The friends that you will miss. 

The teachers who have helped you; 
The fun that school can be; 
You always will remember, 
In your book of memory. 

The past in now behind you, 
Your future you must face. 
Class of '67 — 
Go forward, in His Grace. 

The world that we bequeath you, 

Is a challenging one, it's true; 

But with hope and faith, wihtin our hearts, 

We offer it to you. 

The Peace that we all yearn for, 
May be within your sight. 
Class of '67— 
Go forward, in His Light. 



The Kirsch Real Estate 
and Insurance Office 

550 Moody Street Waltham 

LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. 

LOU KIRSCH, 3rd WELTON BROWN 



ROBERT E. NIMS Caterer 

"Good Food Served Right" 



HILLCREST HALL 



BANQUETS 
WEDDINGS 
RECEPTIONS 



20 Pox Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2282 
TW 4-2646 



ROOM S-211-MRS. GAMBARDELLA 




Diane Cotnoir 
Joseph Gallant 
Stephen Gardner 
John Garvin 
John Gemelli 
James Generose 



Danny Peterson 
Rahna Polrier 
Gail Polimer 
Harold Porter 
Wayne Porter 
Bruce Post 



John Priest 
Donna Prince 
Michael Quirk 
Addison Raines 
Harriet Ramsay 
Patricia Rando 



Anna Randol-fi 
Lorraine Ranucci 
Janet Rae 
Steven Ravesi 
Elizabeth Reardon 
Patricia Redding 



Bradford Reed 
Jean Ribeiro 
Claire Richard 
Chester Richardson 
Steven Richelson 



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97 Linden St. WAITHAM, MASS. 02154 
HENRY MOWN 
Pr.ikW Telephone 893-7197 



Compliments 
of 

BANNER GLASS CORP. 

805 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



RED CROSS 
PHARMACY 

S. M. SHRIBERS, Reg. Pharm. 

737 Moody St., WamSam, Mass. 

TW 4-0034 



Compliments of 



V. OLIVO & SONS, INC 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



107 Central Street 



Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



BITUMINOUS CONCRETE ROADS DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS 



Best Wishes 
From 

PERRY PONTIAC CADILLAC, INC. 

1055 Mam Street Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3600 

PONTIAC— CADILLAC— TEMPEST 

SALES SERVICE 



THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 



WALTHAM 
PRECISION INSTRUMENTS, INC. 

221 Crescent St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

"PRECISION HAS BEEN OUR BUSINESS SINCE 1850" 



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Before you accept 
that first job . . . 

Looh over 

your 

employer 

as carefully 

as he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon 
. . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor 
to tell you when and where to apply. 




liN New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 



An equal opportunity employer 




THE 

WALTHAM 

SAVINGS 

BANK 

YOUR SCHOOL SAVINGS HEADQUARTERS 


Compliments 
of 

R. S. WILDER, INC. 


OPEN WED. AND FRI. EVES. TWinbroolc 
TILL 9:30 P.M. 3-7358 

CHEZ ELISE 1 
BRIDAL SALON, INC. 

Waltham's Complete Bridal Salon 

683 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
(AT CENTRAL SQUARE) 


Best Wishes 
From 

ROOM W-204 


ROOM S-010 


ROOM S-lll 



Compliments of 



CHARLESBANK GARDEN 
APARTMENTS 



41 Charlesbanlc Way 
Waltham, Mass. 



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In 1971 

you may find opportunity 

just around the corner 



If you plan to attend college, Raytheon Company 
has a variety of exciting challenges waiting for you 
in 1971 . . . right in your own backyard. 

We already know, for example, that four years from 
now we'll require college graduates with degrees in 
applied mathematics, physics, engineering, business 
and marketing. Career positions will be available at 
many of our 17 New England locations in the fields 



of data processing, communications, componen 
appliances, education and administration. 

If your interests lie in these areas, we'd like 
invite you to plan a post-graduate career with 
— close to the cultural, educational and recreatior 
advantages that only New England can offer. 

In the meantime, our congratulations for a step 
the right direction. 




RAYTHEON 



EXCELLENCE IN ELECTRONICS 

An Equal Opportunity Employer 



WALTHAM DISTRICT 

NURSING 

ASSOCIATION 

48 Woerd Avenue 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWINBROOK 4-0650 


FOLLOW YOUR CLASSMATES 
TO 

EDWARDS 
JEWELRY COMPANY 

246 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

School Rings and School Jewelry 

LARGE SELECTION 

Tel.: TW 3-6652 


FLYNN & FLYNN 

411 Main St., Waltham 
TW 3-3610 


Compliments of 

SHAW'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

945 Main St. 


To the June Graduates: 
Congratulations From All Your Friends at the 

NEWTON-WALTHAM BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Neighborhood Offices Serving 
MARLBORO— NATICK— NEWTON— WALTHAM— WAYLAND— WESTON 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



ROOM W-112-MRS. GREEN 



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PAUL McCASSIE 
ALAN MEDEIROS 
CHERYL MERMELSTEIN 
SUZANNE MERRILL 
ELEANOR MESSINA 
JOANN MIELE 
RICHARD MILIOTE 
RONALD MILLER 
LAURA MITCHELL 
PHYLLIS MONTAGNA 
JOHN MONTGOMERY 
ROBERT MOONEY 
KENNETH MOORES 
ELIZABETH MORAN 



JOSEPH MORIN 
CARMEN MORREALE 
BARRY MORRISON 
JANE MORRISON 
STEVEN MOY 
NANCI MYERS 
STEVEN NAGLE 
MARCIA NAPOLI 
ROBERT NARDONE 
BARBARA NASON 
MARY NAUGHTON 
DAVID NAVIEN 
JOHN POLDOIAN 
PAMELA POMEROY 



ROOM W-08— MRS. JURMAIN 




Michael Carey 
James Carney 
Rita Carpentino 
Paul Cedrone 



Donna Cericola 
Michael Cericola 
Dennis Clark 
Robert Clark 
Michael Cusano 



William Cloran 
Sandra Colangelo 
James Colantropo 
Kevin Coleman 
Marion Cutler 



Richard Coleman 
Peter Collura 
Martin Cuerdon 
Noreen Cunningham 



Compliments 
of 



ELECTRO CONTRACTING 
& SERVICE CORP. 



129 Russell Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-7792 



Good Luck to the Graduates of '67 



From 

DODGE TOWN FAMILY MOTORS 

OF WALTHAM 



15-21 Main St.— Waltham 
Telephone 893-1856 



DODGE CARS— DODGE TRUCKS 
USED CARS 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '67 



From the 

WALTHAM 
SUPER MARKET 



836 Main Street 



J. G. AKILLIAN INC. 

Realtors 

6 1 1 Trapelo Road 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

894-6650 




ROOM W-lll 



HOMEROOM W-104— MISS MAGRATH 




Eileen Avery 
Suzanne Ferraro 
Nadia Filosa 
Michael Fine 
Timothy Fitipatriclc 
Nancy Flynn 



Peter Flynn 
Stephen Flynn 
Kathleen Foley 
Shelia Foley 
Douglas Foster 
Pamela Frese 



Douglas Frizzell 
Robert Fuller 
Jonathan Furbush 
William Furne 
John Gallagher 
Ronald Gaudet 



Robert Gaudette 
Jean Pagliazzo 
Eugene Papa 
Constance Paquette 
Joseph Teller 



TOM LYONS 
DISTRIBUTOR 

Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 

210 Lexington St. 

TW 4-4900 

BUDGET TERMS 



HOMEROOM S-3 1 1 



HOMEROOM S-308 



Best Wishes 
From 

ROOM S-201 



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